Last night, the girl was bugging me to make dinner. It was a long day at work, and I was not up for going to the store, so I threw something together from what I had lying around, and the fish I made is one of the best things I have ever made. I had to share. I had frozen tilapia filets in the freezer, and a small bag of frozen salad shrimp, so I decided to make stuffed tilapia. I don't have a "recipe", because I just threw stuff together, but I encourage the cooks/chefs here to try this out, if you like seafood... For a marinade, I mixed roughly equal parts of mayo and dijon mustard, along with some chopped garlic and shallot, some white wine (Pinot), and a decent squirt of sriracha. Season to taste. I marinaded the filets for maybe two hours. For a stuffing, I mixed lightly food processed the shrimp, along with more thoroughly food processed Ritz crackers (think panko). I tossed that in a pan with finely chopped shallot, garlic, and a red pepper that was lightly sauteed in olive oil and then drowned in more white wine. Mixed it up into a good consistency stuffing. As above, season to taste. I pulled the filets from the marinade, and lightly patted them dry. Save that marinade! Put a dollop of stuffing in each filet and rolled them up, using toofpicks to secure the rolled little guys. I put them in a baking dish and drizzled a little of the marinade over each one. Baked uncovered at 350 for 30 minutes or so. While that was going down, I reduced the marinade to a good sauce-like consistency over medium heat. When the fish was done, I plated, and drizzled the marinade/sauce over each one. Sprinkled some fresh chopped parsley over each one. I served with steamed green beans I got from the same farmer's market I scored the above red pepper from. Tellin' ya, this was an AMAZING dish!!