You can enjoy this flavorful sesame fish dish any night of the week. It’s fast and easy to make, and if you’re not a fan of tilapia or salmon, you can choose any fish you prefer. It’s also a great dish that you can add your own spin to just by adding some spices like red pepper flakes, extra garlic, or even a little lemon juice. To really impress, sprinkle with fresh parley or rosemary.
Sesame fish can be eaten on Cycles 1-4 of the 17 Day Diet.
Fish is a great way to get some much-needed protein in your diet. It's also easy and fast to cook so it's perfect for a weeknight meal.
If you don't have soy sauce on hand, make your own by mixing together 2 garlic cloves + ¾ cup of vinegar + 3 tablespoons of dark molasses + 3 teaspoons of onion powder.
Spray a broiler pan with vegetable oil spray to prevent fish from sticking. Place tilapia. Whisk together olive oil, rice vinegar, soy sauce and garlic until well blended. Pour over fish. Sprinkle sesame seeds over fish. Broil at medium heat about eight inches away from heat for about 20 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Makes 4 servings.