Orange-Ginger Tilapia

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Hi Everyone, We wanted to give you all a heads up that we’ve had to cancel our cooking Demo that was slotted for this Wednesday(11/12/2014) at the Natural Grocers in Littleton, CO. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you but we’re expecting a large snow storm that day and want to ensure everyone’s safety. Don’t worry though, we’ll be sharing the Paleo Thanksgiving recipes soon! In the mean time we hope this lovely tilapia dish will keep you warm.

Camilla & Melissa

This is one of my new go-to dishes during the work week. It takes about 15 minutes total between prep and cooking time, it also goes great with anything you make as a side dish. Tilapia is fairly inexpensive, so it’s a great alternative to some pricier fish options.


2 tilapia fillets
1 orange, juiced
t tbsp avocado oil
2 tsp ginger, grated (fresh)
1 tsp salt


Place tilapia fillets in glass dish.
Marinade with orange juice, avocado oil, ginger and salt; cover, place in fridge and let sit. (I do this in the morning and cook it when I get home from work.)
Pre-heat oven to 425°F.
Remove glass dish from fridge, let dish come to room temperature.(You never want to heat glass to quickly as it can shatter.)
Place in oven and cook for 10-15 minutes, or until fish is flaky and white.
It’s that easy!

This dish is fast and easy, it is also very light. I’ve incorporated it into my weekly meals to help boost my fish intake and stay on track with my exercise/ diet goals.



Melissa Van Dover

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