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How do you thaw frozen tilapia?

Asked: Brad, Last Updated:

Microwave individually-packed pieces of tilapia for four minutes, flip over and microwave for an additional four to five minutes or until the fish is defrosted. Use the defrost option on your microwave or you will cook the fish instead of thaw it.

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