by Gareth Leah October 12, 2016

One of the most sustainable fish choices you can make, Tilapia is a meaty fish that packs in flavour and is incredibly simple to cook. Complemented with a medley of vegetables, this is a healthy and balanced meal for yourself and loved ones to enjoy.

Yield: 2 Servings
PrepTime: 5 Minutes
Cook Time: 45 Minutes

Total Time: 50 Minutes


2 Tilapia fillets
1 Lemon
2 Tbsp butter
1 Clove of garlic
1 Bunch of green beans
3 Mushrooms
¼ Onion
Old bay seasoning
Sea Salt


Step 1:

Prepare the Tilapia by adding a dash of Old Bay seasoning, salt, and pepper, rubbing it into the meat.

GoSun Tilapia with Vegetable Solar Cooker

Step 2:

Chop the vegetables into slices and fill the tray.

Step 3:

Place the fish on top of the vegetables and squeeze a little lemon juice on top.

GoSun Solar Stove Tilapia with Vegetables

Step 4:

Return the filled tray into the GoSun Stove and cook until the fish and vegetables are tender and the fish flakes easily with a fork. Moisture from the fish will find its way into the vegetables adding an extra kick to their flavor.

Step 5:

Serve immediately accompanied with your favorite wine or beverage.

Gaz Leah GoSun Ambassador Adidas Athlete

Gaz Leah is a professional adventurer, writer, photographer, rock climber and GoSun Ambassador. When not bolting new routes in El Potrero Chico or establishing new boulder problems in Central Park, Gaz can be found frequenting the climbing gyms of Boulder, CO living a mobile lifestyle from his adventure van, the aptly named Thunder Bus. His latest feature documentary, “Claim Freedom” by Adidas Outdoors follows his first ascent of Pico Cão Grande, in the uncharted jungle of São Tomé and Príncipe. Follow Gaz on Instagram and Facebook to track his next journey.

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