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Box of frozen High Liner Tortilla Crusted Tilapia
Frozen Tortilla Crusted Tilapia from Costco
Plate of cooked Tortilla Crusted Tilapia from Costco

This tortilla crusted tilapia from Costco has become one of our quick, go-to meals when we can't figure out what to eat. We cook it using the conventional oven instructions. The instructions say to cook them at 425 degrees F for 10-13 minutes, but we usually cook it for 14 or 15 minutes so the crust is crispy and the fish never gets mushy. One thing that makes this different than other frozen breaded/crusted fishes I've had is that only one side is crusted. It makes it easier to cook because there's no flipping midway.

The tilapia comes out flaky on the inside and crunchy on the outside. It has a nice and savory, well-seasoned Mexican food taste to it, and it has a little bit of spice, as well. Sometimes I wrap one in a soft flour tortilla and eat it as a fish taco -- and it tastes great that way, too. I really enjoy the taste of these, and I'm reminded how delicious they are every time I have one!

Overall Rating:
Delicious
Food: High Liner: Tortilla Crusted Tilapia
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ
Rating: Delicious

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7 Comments

REVIEW – High Liner Tortilla Crusted Tilapia from Costco (Frozen)

  • Linda

    Is this tortilla crusted tilapia finally available again at the Costa Mesa/Santa Ana, California stores?????

    • Tobie Anthony Cardino

      They aren’t online or at the Irvine location. Sad! I love these!!

  • Jim

    Been a fish taco guy for many years. When these come out of the oven they take me right back to the waterfront in Ensenada, Mexico, where fish tacos were 3 for a dollar. Great combination of flavors… corn tortilla – yes! – squeeze of lime – yes! – you can add a little white sauce or mayo if you like, but just right out of the oven, these are tasty!

    • M. Wells

      I had never eaten fish tacos. And ever since I got a sample at Costco I can’t imagine living without it. Needless to say we love it. Slice it up , put it on a corner tortilla, a squeeze of lime and some pico de Gallo. It is sooo good and a re as lot quick meal. In fact that’s what we just had for dinner.

  • LWar

    I noticed there was not a reply to the one and only question on here… I myself would like to know the origin of your Tilapia also.. ??

    • GrubPug

      According to the company’s website, the tilapia is farmed in Indonesia and China.

  • Mike Robinson

    What is this tilapia’s source of origin?

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