Tilapia is a popular white fish that’s loved for its mild, light taste that makes it one of the most versatile fish you can cook.
It has a firm texture too, especially compared to other white fish, which a lot of people prefer!
On top of that, tilapia is perfect if you’re on a keto diet. It’s high in protein and healthy fats but low in carbs, with around 110 calories per fillet serving.
But how can you make tilapia more exciting to eat if you’re trying to keep your carbohydrate intake low?
It’s easy. And you’ll see why with this list of 15 marvelous keto tilapia recipes that you need to cook today.
Round up the ingredients and try as many of these keto-friendly, low-carb tilapia recipes as possible!
First up, this easy keto-friendly baked tilapia recipe is well worth trying as it only involves 5 minutes of prep time.
And after 20 minutes in the oven, it’s ready to serve, yielding six servings with only 1.7 grams of net carbs per serving.
The main ingredients you’ll need to make this must-try keto tilapia recipe are mayo, garlic, onion powder, salt and pepper, thyme, basil, Parmesan cheese (or Asiago cheese), and, of course, tilapia.
The best thing? It’s ready in four simple steps!
If you’re yet to try tilapia with Parmesan cheese, this is the keto recipe you need to cook first.
It’s ready in just 20 minutes, and even works just as well for other types of fish, including catfish, sea bass, red snapper, flounder, and rainbow trout.
So this recipe is versatile, above all. And the only ingredients you’ll need are tilapia fillets, lemon juice, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, cajun seasoning, salt and pepper, lemon wedges, and either avocado or olive oil spray.
Asparagus pairs well with tilapia as it offers a slightly bitter flavor to the mildly sweet fish for a tasty meal that’s keto-friendly and low in calories.
So why not try this recipe today? It’s ready to serve in 20 minutes, which also makes it ideal if you’re strapped for time.
To make this keto tilapia recipe, you’ll need tilapia, butter, garlic, mayonnaise, Parmesan, asparagus, green onion, and lemon juice.
You’re sure to find most of these ingredients at home, so definitely try this recipe as it also only involves six steps to make.
Love salads? Then you’ll love this Mediterranean tilapia salad with Greek salad dressing.
It really does taste as good as it sounds, making six servings that are ready to eat in only 17 minutes of prep time and cook time.
So what ingredients do you need? To make this keto tilapia salad, you’ll need tilapia fillets, butter, lemon juice, garlic, dried oregano, fresh parsley, pink Himalayan salt, and pepper.
You can bake the tilapia in the oven or cook it using a skillet, as this recipe gives you the instructions for both.
Don’t let the cream sauce scare you away; this tilapia recipe is keto-friendly, as it uses Greek yogurt as the main ingredient for the sauce!
The prep time comes in at 5 minutes, followed by 12 minutes of cooking time, so it’s also a quick recipe you can whip up with just eight basic ingredients.
These ingredients are butter, tilapia fillets, garlic cloves, chicken broth, lemon juice, Greek yogurt, salt and pepper, and parsley. It only has four steps to make too, so it’s about as easy as it can get.
Put your oven to good use with this keto-friendly oven-baked tilapia recipe that’s topped off with garlic butter.
It yields four servings in just 20 minutes, so it’s also the perfect dish to cook up and serve if you’re craving something delicious but, of course, keto-friendly.
The main ingredients here are tilapia fillets, butter, garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, paprika, thyme, dried oregano, plus salt and pepper.
Once you have these ingredients, just follow the five simple steps this recipe involves!
If you need a keto-friendly dish to take to a gathering, this blackened tilapia recipe won’t disappoint.
It tastes as good as it looks, made with flavorsome spices that give the tilapia a blackened, barbequed visual appeal!
If this recipe sounds good, you might be glad to know that most of the ingredients are seasoning, so it’s really easy and quick to make (less than 10 minutes in total, to be exact).
It should go without saying that pan-searing your tilapia is the best way to keep the calories low.
This recipe is keto-friendly too, as well as gluten-free, with just eight basic ingredients that, like the recipe above, mostly consist of seasoning.
To make this recipe, you’ll need tilapia fillets, olive oil, cayenne pepper, dried oregano, smoked paprika, black pepper, lemon pepper, and salt.
You might also be surprised to know that this dish contains no carbs at all.
Simple but packed with flavor, this tangy tilapia recipe keeps things keto-friendly without sacrificing on taste. It’s ready to serve in five simple steps, and can be paired with asparagus for the perfect keto meal.
There are just nine ingredients in this recipe, which include Parmesan cheese, mayonnaise, butter, lime juice, fresh garlic, onion powder, paprika, salt, pepper, and tilapia. Making four, there’s plenty to go around as well!
Calling all bacon lovers – here’s a keto-friendly tilapia recipe that involves bacon without sky-rocketing the carbs.
It only requires eight steps to make, along with a handful of ingredients that you probably already have at home.
These ingredients include tilapia fillets, lemon juice, melted butter, minced garlic, dried thyme, salt, pepper, lemon, fresh parsley, and, of course, bacon! Definitely don’t forget the bacon.
Own an air fryer? Then this recipe is for you. It’s done in 15 minutes and only requires seven ingredients to make, so it’s also ideal if you just want to whip up a quick, keto-friendly dish that won’t take all day to make.
The ingredients you’ll need are tilapia fillets, egg, Parmesan cheese, Italian seasoning, kosher salt (or sea salt), pepper, and olive oil spray.
Once gathered, just follow the six simple steps to make this recipe in no time.
If you love almonds, this is a recipe that you simply have to try. It’s low in carbs and low in calories, plus easy to make as it’s ready to serve in just 25 minutes – 15 minutes of that going to cooking time!
For this recipe, you’ll need tilapia fillets, almond flour, garlic powder, onion powder, Parmesan cheese, lemon, salt and pepper, and either olive or avocado oil.
The recipe also lists the ingredients to make a couscous sauce, and we definitely recommend it as it’s 100% worth the extra effort.
Broiling tilapia works just as well as pan-searing, grilling, or baking it. So if you want to try tilapia with a slightly crispier texture, this recipe is well worth your time.
After all, it’s done in just 18 minutes, requiring nine straightforward instructions to make.
For the ingredients, you’ll need tilapia, Parmesan cheese, butter, mayonnaise, fresh lemon juice, garlic powder, dried basil, black pepper, onion powder, and celery salt. That’s it!
So you’ve tried tilapia with garlic butter. What’s next? Lemon butter! This recipe is perfect if you’re partial to citrusy flavors, requiring just eight ingredients to make and five basic instructions.
These eight ingredients are butter, garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, tilapia fillets, salt, ground black pepper, and chopped parsley leaves.
And all you need to do is whisk the mixture together, drizzle it on top of the tilapia, and bake in the oven!
This recipe is packed with protein and fat, but super low in carbs (just 6.8 grams of net carbs per serving.
It takes around 45 minutes until it’s ready to serve, but it’s definitely worth the wait, and effort, if you’re looking for a filling keto-friendly dish to serve for dinner.
For the ingredients, you’ll need lemon, Kalamata olives, butter, tilapia, broccoli, olive oil, salt, and pepper. Once prepared, just follow this recipe’s six straightforward steps!
So there you have it: 15 must-try keto tilapia recipes that you need to cook today.
In addition to being keto-friendly, the best thing about these recipes is that they’re easy to make, requiring just a few ingredients, a short prep time, or both.
Sure, it can be hard to decide which recipe to try first as they definitely all taste as good as they sound. But why not try them all? Bookmark this page for future reference!
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