spaghetti with Artichokes lemon pepper sauce

Holidays season is begin,hope you guys have a great holiday with your family's,friends,co-worker and neighbors etc.
I can't believe is almost the end of the year of 2011,time just fly by,to all of you who travel during holiday have a safe trip !!!!

Spaghetti serve with fish,why not :) it's all about lemon pepper on this meal,I made Tilapia lemon pepper,and artichokes lemon pepper spaghetti sauce
Pre heat oven on 350 degree F
brush tilapia fillet with melted butter
sprinkles with lemon pepper spice blend
bake 15-20 minutes

Ingredients :
1 package barilla Thin Spaghetti ( any brand )

sauce ingredients: yield for 2-4 serve
2 tbs unsalted butter
1 clove garlic (chop )
1 cup cooked grill artichokes ( chop )
11/2 tbs lemon pepper spice blend
1 tsp lemon grate
2 tbs lemon juice
1/2 cup milk
topping :
Parmesan cheese

Preparation :
cook spaghetti follow direction on the package
mix all sauce ingredient,simmer until cook/ boiling
drain spaghetti,mix them with the sauce until combine
topping with Parmesan cheese and basil serve with baked tilapia


Teena said…
Delicious recipe !! Loved it :)
Amy said…
now that you make me hungry!!!:)looks so delicious!!
Inessa said…
Love the touch of lemon. Delish~~~
Oh, how marvelous! The pasta and fish both look delicious!!!
Anonymous said…
That looks amazing! The perfect off-set to all the sweet posts going around this time of year!
Nava K said…
I like this version of spaghetti you made though I am not really a spaghetti person, you know being Asian, I simply love my nasi.

But the fish pieces seems very interesting and I will just for this.
Kitchen Simmer said…
This looks like a wonderful light and healthy dinner. :) I love lemon flavor on most anything. Well done! I hope you have a wonderful week of Christmas fun. :)
Riceandcoconut said…
I know Nasi is the best :)
Riceandcoconut said…
Thank you everyone for comments,hope you all have a nice holidays :)
raquel said…
I found this recipe interesting, pasta with tilapia i will try this coming holiday.
Cucina49 said…
That top photo is beautiful--I love the idea of this sauce!
Anonymous said…
May your Christmas sparkle with moments of joy, love, laughter & family time. May the year ahead be full of contentment and love.
Wishing you all the best, and loads of smile, not only for upcoming Holidays but for every day in a year. Have a Merry Christmas!!!
Kim Bee said…
Looks delicious. I have yet to try tilapia but it's on my list. Huge fish lovers here. We can't do seafood but fish is okay so we eat it often. I love the way you mixed up the ingredients on this one. I love a sense of adventure in a cook.
Everything712 said…
hi there.. your recipe make me so hungry, looks delicious :D
Food Jaunts said…
Oh yummy - I like the fact that you threw in some artichokes to really set the whole dish off.
oh wow- this looks like a great weeknight dinner!

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