Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Mix ground almonds, coconut flour, and coconut shreds together. Add mayonnaise and horseradish. Mix well. Mixture will be thick. (If too dry add more mayonnaise or horseradish. If too wet add more ground almonds or coconut shreds.)

Line a roasting pan or cookie sheet with foil and lightly oil the foil with the coconut oil.

Lightly salt both sides of each fillet. Arrange the fish so the fillets are about an inch apart.

Spread the mayonnaise mixture thickly over the fish fillets covering them completely and sealing edges to the foil.

Mix together the sliced almonds and coconut flakes and sprinkle generously over the top of each fillet.

Bake 20 to 30 minutes in preheated oven or until fish is firm and fillets are nicely browned. Serve and enjoy!

Makes a tasty and very impressive looking "company" dish. (Also good cold or reheated the next day.)

Recipe submitted by Carol, Palm Bay, FL

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I'd given this recipe to a friend who made it for a group of visiting relatives, but when shopping for the ingredients she got a jar of ground garlic by mistake instead of the horseradish. She made it anyway and said they all loved it. I haven't tried this yet since the original is so good but I plan to soon.
# Posted By Carol | 9/22/08 7:30 AM
I see from the comments someone accidentally used garlic. Any other suggestions for something other than horseradish? I cannot stand that stuff.
# Posted By Wendy | 5/14/10 5:47 PM
I would consider using ginger as a substitute for the horseradish. Not just because it is another rhizome but because I think the combination of ginger and coconut is quite common in south east asian cooking and pair well. I've made a number of curries that start with these two ingrediants. So I can imagine well ginger would taste. I can't imagine the horseradish + cocounut, and I happen to like horseradish.
# Posted By Bob | 7/2/12 4:01 PM
You do know where tilapia is grown right?...and no, its not in the ocean. I would HIGHLY recommend using another kind of fish.
# Posted By Jay | 3/21/13 10:08 AM

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