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    How do you cook your flounder

    Other than frying how do you prepare your flounder. I made some last night in butter and lemon sauce w/ some fresh dill and while it was very good it tasted like it was missing something. Lets here what you got

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    I know this is not what you asked for but I only fry flounder. Other thicker and firm fish, like black fish or seabass for example, is better for chowders and baking. I like baked fish with fresh tomatoes, lemon, dill, onions and I always sprinkle the top with very well seasoned breadcrumbs. The key to baking is marinating the fish for a while, 2 hrs min, with your favorite marinate, I like Italian dressing.

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    I like to make a simple crab stuffing (google a stuffing that's to your liking and I cheat and use canned crabmeat). Then spoon an ample amount of the stuffing onto the fillet. Roll it up and use a few toothpicks to hold it in place. Dust the top with a pinch of your favorite seasoning and then brush with melted butter. I typically grill it on a sheet of tinfoil with the lid closed at 350. Upwards of 20 minutes or until the fillet is done.
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    I have a bunch of different ways to do it, but my favorite is to pan fry with a little butter, old bay and some fresh parsley on high heat so you get a crust on each side, simple and delicious.
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    Broiled....Just a little lemon and butter....Fried is awesome too but doesn't almost everything taste good fried...

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    Stuffed with crab meat.
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    Other then frying, I like to dip my fillet's in eggs, milk, salt and pepper and cover them in panko bread crumbs then bake them until the panko bread crumbs are golden brown. Talk about delicious? DAMN!
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    thanks everyone i was searching a litlle bit and I think I may need to add some hungarian paprika to give it a little kick along with the lemon and butter. I really enjoy stuffed flounder as well as fried but I was trying to stay somewhat healthy and have it taste hearty if that is even possible

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    for those of you guys going the baking route what temp and how long? Covered or uncovered

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    Quote Originally Posted by fish_hunter View Post
    for those of you guys going the baking route what temp and how long? Covered or uncovered
    Covered at 400 for 15 minutes then 5 minutes uncovered. Comes out perfect.
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