Tilapia Sliders Recipe

tilapia sliders

TILAPIA.... but reinvented! Perfect for anyone following my Fat Loss Fast System!

tilapia sliders


Place the following ingredients into a food processor:

  •     2 uncooked fresh tilapia cut into small strips (use scissors)
  •     2 cups steamed broccoli florets (I buy the florets in the bag you steam in your microwave to save time)
  •     Salt-free Mrs. Dash
  •     Pepper
  •     Squirt half a lime
  •     1 TBSP of dehydrated sliced onion  (adds flavour and is quicker than slicing an onion and less pungent)
  •     1/2 TBSP chopped cilantro  (I buy it in the squeezable tubes to save time).
  •     Blend the ingredients in the food processor.
  •     Roll into small patties
  •     Place on griddler (I use Pam non-stick cooking spray) for 10 minutes
  •     Refrigerate for up to 2 days.

You can enjoy them cold the next day too!

Nutritional Information

for 1 serving of sliders: (4 oz of tilapia and 1 cup (65g) of broccoli florets):
Depending upon the size of your sliders, 1 serving size will be approximately 4-5 sliders (I recommend you weigh your food to ensure your portions are correct)

  • Calories: 113, fat: 1 g, saturated fat: 0.5g, cholesterol: 55mg, sodium: 60 mg, carbohydrate: 3g, fibre: 2 g, sugar: 1 g, protein: 23 g

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  1. Hi Dr
    im one of your old followers in FB , i just want to know is possible use any other types of fish ? which you can suggest me ? because tilapia is not available here in South asia

    • Oh no! No tilapia in South Asia???!!! You can use any white fish! Sole, halibut, etc. Please let me know when you make them and take a picture to send to sara@drsarasolomon.com (with your recipe) and I will post it on my website for everyone to try your recipe! Have a healthy day!

  2. Made with barramundi, which is a white fish we have in Australia. Was super! Thanks.


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