Tilapia Steak with Red Wine Sauce Recipe
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This Tilapia Steak with Red Wine Sauce Recipe is inherited from my mother. It’s fun, easy-to-make and of course, delicious.

My sisters observed that I am not that lucky in terms of friendship. Some of the people I treasure, who I don’t have blood relationships with, duped me for one reason: MONEY!

And it saddens me not because money is hard to find but because I trusted them and they broke it. Now, to be honest, I already have trust issues.

It’s hard to find people who won’t look at you that way, especially when your parents trained you to be industrious and practical. That’s why I keep these people the way I keep my jewelry.

Note: I’m not closing my doors to my friends who broke my trust because of money. I’m just getting wiser now.

Anyway, so much for the drama and let’s concentrate on another dish that I inherited from my mother. It’s the Tilapia Steak with Red Wine Sauce.

Read: Bangus steak recipe


  • Tilapia, cleaned and deboned (tilapia fillet)
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 medium red onion, chopped
  • 1 cup Novellino red wine
  • 2 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1 piece calamansi
  • Flour mixture – 1 teaspoon flour diluted in 2 tablespoon water
  • Salt and pepper
  • Oil for searing

Make the Steak:

  1. Season with salt and pepper.
  2. Using a non-stick pan, sear the fillet. Make sure that the skin is crunchy and observe the caramelization of the flesh. Set aside.

Make the Sauce:

  1. In a pan saute the garlic until golden brown, set aside some.
  2. Saute the onion until it caramelizes.
  3. Add the red wine and let it boi.
  4. Add the sugar, flour mixture, and let it boil until it reduces.
  5. Set aside.

Final Touches:

  1. Place the steak on a plate and garnish with roasted garlic, onion, and tomatoes.
  2. Put the sauce in a saucer.
  3. Serve and enjoy.

Written by Ringo

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