There are many species of fish under the family Tilapia.
They are found mainly in fresh water, streams, ponds, rivers, and lakes than at sea.
They are found mainly in warm water than in cold water.
Tilapia is one of the most consumed fish in the world due to its low economic price, availability, easy culturing/farming, easy preparation, mild taste and flavor adapting any cuisine.
Tilapia are considered healthy for consumption/eating because they have very low levels of mercury and mostly vegetarian in diet.
Tilapia are low in saturated fat, calories, carbohydrates, and sodium, and are a good protein source.
They also contain the micronutrients phosphorus, niacin, selenium, vitamin B12, and potassium.
Tilapia has higher omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3 fatty acids.
Omega-6 fatty acids are categorized as an essential fatty acid in the human diet because the human body rarely acquires it.
Omega-6 fatty acids help to reduce the risk of heart disease, lowering total cholesterol levels, lowering "bad" (LDL) cholesterol levels, raising "good" (HDL) cholesterol levels, and reducing cancer risk.
The meat is typically white in color with some pink centered on the fillet.
These premium tilapia fillets are from Taiwan.
The popular way of prepping tilapia fillets includes breading and baking in oven with parsley, garlic butter and lemon sauce.
Some prefer it with carbonara sauce and the eastern likes tilapia fillets curry with coconut milk.
Or simply pan searing seasoning with black pepper serving alongside asparagus.
But first add these premium tilapia fillets to cart ;D