His favorite thing to do now is to text me photos of his fishing exploits while I am sitting in a meeting. Being a good Southern boy, one of my favorite ways to eat fish is blackened.
There are a few good blackening spices on the market, but the ingredients are really simple and I like to make my own, so I can control the heat. Other times, I keep it tame to keep the peace at home (my wife weighs in at “lightweight” on the spicy foods scale).
Cast iron or non-stick pan (all metal, no plastic handles) 2 Grouper fillets, skin removed 1 stick melted, unsalted butter Melt the butter in a separate shallow dish, large enough to fit the fillets.
Cook, with the lid open, for 3-5 minutes, lifting the bottom of the fish carefully with tongs to check on the crust. Cook a bit longer if needed to get the fish opaque and starting to get flakes.
Restaurants and cookbooks often prepare grouper in complicated ways, such as starting off by searing the grouper and then baking it, or baking the fillet and then finishing it on the grill. You don't need to go to those lengths to enjoy the thick, firm fillets and mild taste of grouper.
The grouper fillets are ready when they are opaque all the way through, and they flake easily with a fork. Season the fillets with salt, pepper and lemon juice.
Bake the fillets for seven to 10 minutes, or until they are opaque all the way through, and they flake easily with a fork. Take the fillets out of the oven and top them with chopped parsley to garnish them.
Squeeze a charred lemon half over each serving of this spicy, butter-seared fish for the best flavor. In a small bowl, stir together paprika, thyme, onion powder, salt, garlic powder, black pepper, mustard, and red pepper.
This recipe takes under 30 minutes and clean up is easy using aluminum foil packs. Finally, the chilly weather is on its way out, and we can enjoy the brighter, sunny days of summer.
I don’t know about you, but this past winter was cold, and I am ready for flip-flops, tank tops and shorts. Grouper is a firm white fish that is flaky and moist with a distinct mild flavor.
Grouper is an easy to make white fish that is mild in flavor and available just about anywhere. I used an Italian seasoning, but any mix of dried oregano, basil, rosemary, garlic salt and parsley will do.
2 6-ounce grouper fillets 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 2 teaspoons Italian herb seasoning blend Fresh lemon wedges Sprinkle the Italian seasonings over the grouper and drizzle each fillet with olive oil and fresh lemon juice.
Nice black grouper caught by #BullbusterAmbassador Double Threat Charters using Bull buster Braid ! We prefer eating black grouper under 25Lbs as larger blacks have a chance at getting ciguatera fish poisoning.
How To Make Thai Style Backgrounder : This is a great recipe posted by “LearnToCook”. ½ tsp Thai red curry paste mixed with 1-2 Tbsp.
Pour 1 T coconut milk/curry paste mixture over fish and add minced ginger and garlic. Fold over edges of foil to from package, starting with the top of the ‘heart’ to create an airtight seal.
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