Thanks to their adaptive nature, tilapia are one of the most farmed fish in the world. Most supermarkets sell skinless tilapia fillets, which makes it an inexpensive, easy to prepare option for home cooks. The low-fat, flaky white meat is very mild in flavor and it’s a good canvas for a variety of flavors (plus a smart choice for parents who are introducing fish to picky eaters.) Tilapia is firm enough to be baked, broiled, pan or deep-fried. In our F&W guide to tilapia, you’ll find recipes inspired by cuisines around the globe, from tilapia tacos to tilapia puttanesca.

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