The mild taste of the tilapia fish is often compared to that of farm raised catfish.
Although the lean meat of the tilapia will be slightly firmer than that of the catfish. Uncooked
tilapia meat will be pinkish to white, but you may notice a darker color on the skin side which is
Tilapia Cooking TipsTilapia can be cooked many different ways, but be careful in choosing your seasonings or sauces, as you don't want to mask the delicate flavor it has.
Ways to Cook it: Bake, Broil, Fry, Grill, Saute, Steam
Texture: Medium to Firm
Tilapia SubstitutionsChannel Catfish, Flounder, Orange roughy
NamesCommon:St. Peter's Fish, Sunfish
Nutrition FactsServing Size:100g/3.5oz. (raw)
Amount Per Serving
Source: Rain Forest Aquaculture
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