Even among the many delicious table fish found in Key West, the grouper stands out as something truly special. The grouper is a lean, moist fish with a mild yet distinct flavor that doesn’t need much seasoning to emerge.
This dish serves four people and goes well with a garden salad, crusty French-style bread, and wild rice or risotto. Along with our sit down restaurant, walk-up market, and fresh fish delivery, this blog makes Eaton Street your one-stop shopping destination for the freshest, most delectable seafood you’ll find in Key West.
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Easier, Faster, Fresher Southern Classics I like to write my recipes as if I’m sharing them with my sister or best friend, similar to how my grandmother and mother would have jotted them do... I found a deal on one of my favorite types of fish and went on the hunt for the perfect way to make it.
Chefs Jon Shook and Ginny Too, Ambassadors for All-Clad cookware, have come up with this easy and delicious fish recipe. They used the All-Clad d5 Brushed Stainless-Steel Fry Pan for this Grouper with Lemon -Caper Butter recipe.
Capers, butter, lemons, and parsley were easy to find and inexpensive. I have a habit of checking the fish counter when I shop, and I’ve been seeing grouper for $24.99 a pound.
Grouper fillet, kosher salt, butter, flat-leaf parsley, lemons, and capers It was ready in just 12 minutes, and that includes time to cut the fillet into smaller pieces.
Everything went pretty smoothly, but I did have a little trouble with the fish sticking to the pan despite using tons of butter. On one hand, the stainless gives a nice sear and allowed me to see the color of the butter.
A non-stick pan can give a good sear if preheated properly, but the dark color would make it impossible to tell if the butter has burned. The tangy lemon and salty capers work well with the firm, meaty grouper.
The only issue I had was the fish sticking a little to the stainless steel skillet I used to sear it. Otherwise, this recipe was so quick and easy to prepare, taking a mere 12 minutes from start to finish.
I created this blog to share my love for cooking and my experiences with the MANY recipes I've found on Pinterest over the years. Fresh lemon zest really pops the taste of quality olive oil and Parmesan.
This is a delicious and easy entrée for date night or for a dinner party. Lemon Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil is being used and can be purchased online at Spice wood Food Company.
I love using infused oils because it has a smoother flavor that a drizzle of juice from a fresh lemon just won’t do and you will be delighted with the flavor and the gourmet quality it adds to any dish you create. Grouper fillets, skin removed 1 tablespoon of Lemon Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil or regular olive oil and lemon juice 1 tablespoon of olive oil A sprinkle of kosher Alsace 1 tablespoon of olive oil or regular olive oil and lemon juice 1 tablespoon of shallots, finely diced 2 tablespoons of white wine 1 – 14 oz.
Once both sides are a crisp golden brown add sauce to skillet and simmer until aromatic about a minute. Try Fleur Du Cap Chardonnay (Western Cape, South Africa), Powell Avignon Blanc (California), Excelsior Chardonnay (South Africa) or Flensburger Barrera Waken Wheat Beer (Germany) with lemon wedges.
12/15/2012 Easy tasty simple delicious. I reduced the flour by half and marinated the grouper with salt pepper and hot pepper sauce.
For a great dinner try steamed asparagus with slivered almonds fresh corn on the cob and Loaded baked potatoes. Looks and taste like you have slaved mover the stove all day.
04/18/2014 Extremely easy and amazing taste. This dish I loved and my husband said it was one of the best ever, and he also eats out at great restaurants.
I didn't modify much just added a little parsley for the color a little less salt for health and since I didn't have lemon pepper I added a little more lemon and pepper. 10/26/2014 I made this with Tilapia because that's what I had on hand at my parents house.
2 of 2 Grouper with Lemon White Sauce The images in this post feature golden tile fish, which is found all along the Atlantic coast of North America from Florida up through New England and into Nova Scotia.
In terms of mercury levels, golden tile fish from the Atlantic is considered a “good choice” by the EPA. Transfer cooked bacon with a slotted spatula to a plate lined with paper towels.
Carefully drain and discard all but one tablespoon bacon grease from the skillet and return to heat. Add the red onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until soft, approximately 4-5 minutes.
Reduce heat to low and stir bacon and extra virgin olive oil into the skillet until combined. Add the baby spinach, sliced strawberries, and goat cheese to a large mixing bowl.
Add the butter to a small skillet set over medium heat, whisking continually until the butter melts and darkens in color, approximately 3 minutes. Remove from heat and whisk in the fresh lime juice.
Stir in the fresh parsley leaves and season with salt and black pepper, to taste. Serve the grouper fillets immediately with a drizzle of the lime butter sauce on top.
Broil fillets until meat flakes, about 10 minutes. Brush fillets again with lemon butter and sprinkle with paprika before serving.