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    Flounder Francaise, flour filet, egg wash then into hot butter in pan , remove when cooked to a tan color on each side (keep warm on plate in oven) in pan add more butter and some flour, once cooked add a splash of white wine and juice of a lemon ,thin with more wine if needed , replace flounder to coat in sauce.
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    I keep it simple. Cast iron skillet, butter, black pepper, touch of garlic salt, squeeze a little fresh lemon juice.

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    Broiled. Garlic powder, on​ion powder, white pepper, paprika, couple dabs of butter. Broil a few minutes to white and flaky.

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    In foil, on a grill with garlic and butter salt and pepper. Maybe a few tomato slices if you want to get fancy

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    I sometimes broil it in a dish with crab soup.
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    Sesame oil in dish, cooking sherry or sweet vermouth. Bread the fish if you like, garlic, old bay, garlic powder. Surround with diced pepper or salsa bake 30 minutes or less uncovered 375. Lemon when it comes out.
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    Fish Chowder, use any favorite clam chowder recipe. Omit the clams and add plenty of flounder, good stuff.

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    Broiled. In addition to butter, lemon, & fresh ground black pepper, I add some Bay Seasoning. I also use a glass (pyrex) baking pan so I can run it hot-500 degrees. 15 minutes should do for flounder. I like haddock, which is usually larger and thicker, so I go around 20-25 minutes. I broil uncovered.
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    fried or ceviche ( marinated)
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    Try this....very good. Peel fresh ginger & cut into tooth pick slivers, slice green onion (scallions), a little bit of soy sauce, little water, lemon , & butter...salt/pepper to taste in an aluminum foil boat on grill or oven. Fantastic

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