Sheet Pan Orange Ginger Tilapia #sheetpan

Sheet Pan Orange Ginger Tilapia: restaurant style ‘melt in your mouth’ tilapia fish and vegetables glazed in sweet-spicy orange ginger flavors.

Baked in the SHARP Superheated Steam Countertop Oven with the included Broiling Pan, which happens to be 40% larger than the average quarter-sized sheet pan, for an easy- healthy 30 minutes and under family sheet pan dinner.

sheet pan orange ginger glazed tilapia fish with vegetables on a black oven tray

Happy New Year Everyone! Just like many of you, we are trying to stick to our ‘New Year, New Me’ pact.

I hate to call it a resolution, as most of them don’t even last 2-3 months, so what we have started doing is “ try making a lifestyle change to a more healthier and wholesome food”.

  • That means eating 3 full meals with 1-2 snacks.
  • Cooking more at home (despite the crazy schedules).

With two simple and easy-to-follow goals, we are already feeling much more relaxed.

So, I wanted to start the year off with a bang and create a recipe that’s extremely easy to make (30 minutes or less), mindful and super delicious, and made with my stunning countertop oven from Sharp Home Appliances (Please read Mind Boggling Yummmm)!

That is how my Sheet Pan Orange Ginger Tilapia along with winter veggies came to be.

And the best part, I made everything with the Broiling Pan and Crisper Tray that was included with the Sharp Superheated Steam Countertop Oven (in other words, fewer utensils to wash).

If you are looking for even more of mess-free cooking experience, try covering the included tray in foil before adding your sheet pan dinner on top.

You can thank us later ! 😉 

Ingredients for sheet pan orange ginger tilapia recipe. Includes cut oranges, raw tilapia fish fillet, mixed vegetables, orange and ginger marinade

Now, if you have not tried ‘Orange – Ginger’ glaze till now, you have been missing on an amazing flavor combination.

Since I’m starting this year with my Orange Ginger Glazed Tilapia recipe, I wanted to take it a notch higher and added sweet-spicy flavors to it too.

We are using Sambal (Asian chili paste – not so hot though) and honey along with the fresh orange and ginger.

Tilapia fish fillet and asparagus on a sheet pan.

My Sheet Pan Orange Ginger Tilapia recipe is extremely easy and perfect for lunch/dinner or even brunch.

You can make this glaze or marinade (whatever you’d like to call it) a day or two in advance.

Simply arrange the fish and chopped vegetables in a sheet pan and glaze everything !!!

Orange and ginger mixed with spicy sweet sauce and glazed on tilapia fish with asparagus on a black sheet pan


Adding the citrus glaze on tilapia fish, chopped vegetables arranged on sheet pan. Ready for baking..

I did save some of the glazes to add on top of the fish once everything is cooked.

Then simply spray a light cooking oil over the glaze ingredients and place the sheet pan in the oven to bake for 25 minutes.

Now, here’s where my Sharp Superheated Steam Countertop Oven comes MOST handy (literally LOVE it)!

First: I DO-NOT have to preheat the oven as it works it’s magic, AND it is instant-on.


Second: Because of the superheated steam and conventional, radiant heat,
during the cooking process, the fish actually turns into this ‘Melt in Your Mouth
kinda texture.

It doesn’t make the fish crust up or create a chewy texture.

On the contrary, the fish was made extremely soft and moist on the inside, while at the
same time brown and crispy on the outside.


Third: It has 5 different modes of cooking including Toast, Warm, Bake/Reheat,
Broil/Grill, and Pizza.

For this recipe, I’m primarily using Bake/Reheat for the majority of the cooking time, then topping it off for a few minutes on Broil/Grill.

However, the other cooking modes are helpful as there are 7 ranges of Toast options available (depending on how dark you prefer your bread toasted).

And the Pizza mode helps to make a 12” frozen pizza so well, your family may think it


Sheet pan with vegetable and fish in the oven.


Details of Superheated Steam Countertop Oven.

After 25 minutes of cooking the fish on Bake/Reheat, I did turn the cooking mode to Broil/Grill for 3 minutes to get that extra golden glaze on the fish and a smokey flavor on the veggies.

That’s it, 30 minutes and you have a wholesome, delicious and extremely flavorful sheet pan meal ready for a family of four.

I made 4 fish fillet with the broil pan and still had extra space to cook additional fish fillet.

So you can easily double/triple the food and cook everything in one go.

glutenfree tilapia sheet pan recipe

So, go ahead and give this “Sheet Pan Orange-Ginger Tilapia” recipe a try today.

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Yield: 4 People

Sheet Pan Orange-Ginger Tilapia

Sheet Pan Orange-Ginger Tilapia

Restaurant style 'melt in your mouth' tilapia fish and vegetables glazed in sweet-spicy orange ginger flavors.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 28 minutes
Total Time 33 minutes


  • 4 Fresh Tilapia Fillet - cleaned
  • 10 Stalks Asparagus
  • 10 Cherry Tomatoes
  • 4 Small Potatoes - each sliced into 6 pieces
  • 1 Orange - sliced
  • Olive Oil Spray

For the Orange Ginger Glaze:

  • 1 Orange - juiced
  • 1 Tbsp Freshly Grated Ginger
  • 2 Tbsp Sambal Olek - use any hot sauce as per taste
  • 1 Tsp Honey- use any sweetener of choice
  • Salt - as per choice
  • Pepper - as per choice


  1. In a bowl, add all the orange-ginger glaze ingredients and whisk.

** Keep 2Tsp of glaze separately (for later use) **

  1. Place the fish in a sheet pan.
  2. Add the veggies around the fish.
  3. Using a brush, brush all the vegetables and fish with the glaze.
  4. Turn the fish on the other side and brush the glaze.
  5. Sprinkle salt and pepper on top.
  6. Spray the glazed veggies and fish with olive oil.
  7. Keep in SHARP Superheated Steam Countertop Oven.
  8. Set the timer to BAKE at 400F for 25 minutes.
  9. Then Broil for 3 Minutes.
  10. Turn off the oven once the timer is done.
  11. Open the tray and remove the sheet pan.
  12. Using a fresh brush, add the remaining glaze on top of the fish for extra flavors.
  13. Serve Hot.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 145 Total Fat: 8g Saturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 35mg Sodium: 215mg Carbohydrates: 20g Fiber: 6g Sugar: 7g Protein: 50g

12 Replies to "Sheet Pan Orange Ginger Tilapia #sheetpan"

  • Donna January 9, 2019 (2:47 pm)

    Yum, this is such a perfect dinner. The combination of orange and ginger always get me, especially with fish. S good!

  • Debra January 7, 2019 (9:50 pm)

    Wonderful clean ingredients. So perfect for those of us trying to watch things. Love a honey/orange/ginger glaze on baked fish. This countertop oven sounds ideal for quick and simple, small meals. Will have to check that out.

  • Dana January 7, 2019 (5:25 pm)

    Ohhhhh man. That pan is perfection for sheet pan meals! And I love these flavors. It seems that most recipes opt for lemon ginger, but orange and ginger is so so so good and not done enough! Quick sheet pan meals are definitely going to become a more regular thing in this house this year, so I can’t wait to add this to the mix.

  • Traci January 5, 2019 (11:38 pm)

    Ok, I’m always looking for new ways to use tilapia and this recipe is a home run! Who doesn’t love the flavor of orange and ginger together, especially with fish?! I love it that this is a sheet pan meal too! It’s as close as you get to a hands-free dinner. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    • Molly Kumar January 6, 2019 (1:53 am)

      Thanks so much and so glad you liked the recipe.

  • Tracy January 5, 2019 (3:05 pm)

    Whoa what a cool countertop oven! And I love the “new year, new me.” I hear you with the crazy schedules – it’s our biggest hurdle over here. But dinners like this make that feel a little more manageable! That orange ginger glaze… I want to put it on EVERYTHING!

    • Molly Kumar January 6, 2019 (1:56 am)

      Thet glaze definitely WINS on everything 🙂 Thanks and glad you liked the recipe.

  • gloria January 4, 2019 (9:00 pm)

    We all need some quick and easy meals for busy weeknights. This also falls into the healthy and delicious category too. No take out needed when you can make food like this at home. Quick and easy always wins.

  • Trish January 4, 2019 (5:34 pm)

    I am loving all the flavors here! The orange and ginger.. just perfect for all the bright and refreshing foods I crave in January! That cooktop looks awesome and I wish I had one!

    • Molly Kumar January 4, 2019 (7:58 pm)

      Hi Trish, thanks for your comments and so glad you love the flavors. It’s one of our favorite dish and that countertop oven is a MUST have.

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