Almond Encrusted Tilapia with Grilled Vegetables

Looking for an easy fix for dinner? Want to stay healthy? Here is a recipe that fits the bill!

2 fillets of Tillapia (or any fish you like)
1/4 Cup almonds, ground
1TBS brown sugar
1 Zucchini
1 Squash
Asparagus bunch
6 Portabella Mushrooms
Olive Oil
lemon zest (about 1/2 tsp)
lemon juice

Place the fish in a tin foil envelope, add some salt and pepper to taste and the lemon zest. Bake on 400 degrees for about 15 minutes.
While the fish is baking, wash and slice the veggies. I like to place the sliced veg in a bowl, then drizzle with Olive oil and toss to coat each slice.
Line a pan with tin foil and place oven usable cooling racks on top. Place the veggies on the racks. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
(TIP: take an asparagus stalk and bend it, where it breaks is the natural break spot, toss the bottoms away, they are woody tasting.)
The mushrooms can stay whole, no need to slice them.
Take the fish out of the oven after 15 minutes, it won't be completely cooked, that will be finished when we put the topping on. (These times are based on Tillapia, ammend cooking times for different fish.)
Turn on the broiler and place the pan of veggies under it.
It's very important to keep an eye on the veggies when using a broiler. Depending on your oven and the thickness of the veggies your cooking time will vary. When the veggies start browning remove pan and using tongs, turn the veggies over. Place back in oven and broil that side until brown. If you like a slight char, broil longer. (I love a slight char!) While waiting for the second side of the veggies to broil take the ground almonds, brown sugar and some salt and pepper and mix together. Seperate the almond mixture in half and place on top of the fish, being careful not to burn your fingers. Keep the fish on the tin foil but do not reseal.
When the veggies are done, place them on a lower shelf to stay warm and place the fish under the broiler for about 5 minutes or until completely cooked. Keep an eye on the fish, as the topping will char. If you need to keep fish in longer but don't want the extra char, move the shelf down away from the brolier.
When fish is cooked, remove fish and veg and plate, squeezing some lemon juice over the lot!
MMMMMM! A healthy dinner is served!