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Dredge fish in flour (coating both sides), then dip into egg mixture (allowing excess to drip off). Place fish in pan (wash hands); cook 3–4 minutes on each side and until 145 °F.
Melt 2 tablespoons of the butter in a stainless skillet over medium-high heat. Add the fish and sear until it is opaque halfway through, 4 to 5 minutes.
Add the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter to the skillet and, once it has melted, flip the fillets and sear on the second side until completely cooked through and the fillets slightly resist semi-firm pressure when pressed, another 3 to 4 minutes. Squeeze the lemon juice over the capers, sprinkle with the parsley, and stir to combine.
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She's been an award-winning writer and editor for more than 25 years and author of the regional food-travel bestsellers, The Chocolate Lover’s Guide to the Pacific Northwest and The Chocolate Lover’s Guide Cookbook. 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. Before we visited Aruba in October we emailed one of our favorite restaurants on the island, Que Pass, and set up some time to come by and talk to their talented Chef, Miriam Los.
Que Pass always has an eclectic mix of cuisines on their menu ranging from Dutch to Italian, Caribbean to Moroccan, but no matter what the dish is it is always presented beautifully and full of flavor. Everything in Aruba is imported so Chef Miriam is at the mercy of the food shipments.
Sometimes she orders something and it can take a few weeks to come in and while she waits she will have to change her menu plans to work with the ingredients she has. The duck was cooked perfectly and it was so nice and tender, and it was served on a bed of couscous that had the rich Moroccan flavors I love so much.
Lightly salt and pepper Grouper and then pan fry, 2 minutes each side. Smear each piece with pesto, then top with 3-4 thinly sliced tomatoes, and sprinkle with grated Mozzarella cheese.
They are generated by an online API which recognizes ingredient names and amounts and makes calculations based on the serving size. Add a photo Send Print 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon chopped parsley All-purpose flour, for dredging 1 8-ounce yellowtail Snapper filet, boneless and skinless 3 ounces canola oil Salt and black pepper, to taste Lemon sauce (see recipe) Chopped parsley, for garnish 1 Using a shallow bowl or pie plate, whisk together eggs, 2 tablespoons water and parsley.
1 Using a shallow bowl or pie plate, whisk together eggs, 2 tablespoons water and parsley. 2 Place flour in a shallow bowl or pie plate.
4 Transfer fish to a serving plate and top with Lemon sauce. Lemon sauce ½ cup Chablis 3 tablespoons lemon juice ½ cup chicken broth 2 tablespoons butter, cold, cut in half Salt and white pepper, to taste 1 Using the same sauté pan as the fish, drain the oil and place on medium-high heat.
Heat oven to 200 degrees and place a large oven-safe plate or baking sheet inside. Season both sides of fish fillets with salt and pepper to taste.
Place half of the fish fillets in the pan and cook until just done, 2 to 3 minutes per side, then transfer to the plate or baking sheet in the oven to keep warm. Add 2 more tablespoons clarified butter to skillet and heat until bubbling, then cook remaining fillets.
In reserved skillet, heat remaining 4 tablespoons unsalted butter until bubbling and golden, 1 to 2 minutes, then pour evenly over fillets. Topped with tangy sour cream and nutty Parmesan cheese, these baked fish fillets take only 20 minutes from start to finish.
And, because of its mild flavor, Baked Grouper Fillets is a great fish recipe for kids! Grouper is a lean, moist fish with large flakes and a firm texture.
I not only enjoy the taste, but like that it’s so easy to prepare, a healthy alternative to meat, and relatively low in calories. Because it’s so quick, Easy Oven-Baked Parmesan Grouper Fillets is not only perfect for a hurried weeknight dinner with the family but equally excellent company fare.
We are fortunate to live in Florida because we have access to fantastic fresh seafood all year long, and we take full advantage of it. Although this recipe calls for Florida grouper, you can easily substitute any firm white fish such as red snapper, redfish, bass or halibut.
The ingredients for Easy Oven-Baked Parmesan Grouper Fillets are simple: grouper fillets, sour cream, grated Parmesan cheese, fresh lemon juice and lemon zest, onion powder, hot sauce, paprika, kosher salt, and ground black pepper. For the optional garnish, you will need some lemon wedges and fresh chopped Italian parsley.
To prepare this tasty entrée, first, gather your ingredients and preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Combine the sour cream, grated Parmesan cheese, lemon juice and zest, onion powder, and hot sauce in a small bowl and mix well.
If you are using a meat thermometer, it should read 145 degrees when inserted into the thickest part of the fish. You can easily substitute any firm white fish for grouper including red snapper, redfish, bass or halibut.
Topped with tangy sour cream and nutty Parmesan cheese, these baked fish fillets take only 20 minutes from start to finish. Combine the sour cream, grated Parmesan cheese, lemon juice and zest, onion powder, and Tabasco in a small bowl and mix well.
Sharon's Expert Tips: You can tell if the fish is done when it is opaque and flakes easily with a fork. If you are using a meat thermometer, it should read 145 degrees when inserted into the thickest part of the fish. You can easily substitute any firm white fish for grouper including red snapper, redfish, bass or halibut.
Thin fillets from delicate fish such as flounder or sole won't work as well, and salmon would make the dish too rich. * This recipe for Easy Baked Parmesan Grouper Fillets was adapted from the Grouper Parmesan recipe in the Themes Remembered Cookbook published by the Junior League of Tallahassee.