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In a deep medium glass or ceramic bowl combine all the ingredients except the fish and optional tomatoes.
Arrange each piece of fish in the marinade, coating each piece well.
Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for one hour, turning fish occasionally.
After an hour, drain off marinade, saving it to baste the fish.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Arrange fish fillets in baking dish, and baste fish generously with marinade. Top with tomatoes if using.
Cover baking dish loosely with tin foil and bake fish for 20 to 25 minutes until fish flakes easily with a fork and is opaque. Baste fish occasionally while baking.
Garnish with fresh dill, if desired.
Tilapia is a mild fish that flavors adhere to well. When buying tilapia try to buy U.S. farm-raised where standards are high. A good alternative to U.S. farmed is tilapia from Central and South America. Try to avoid buying from China or Taiwan where standards are not rigorously enforced.