Flounder Recipies?

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Travis Schneider, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. Travis Schneider

    Travis Schneider Elite Refuge Member

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    Still have a flounder in the freezer from spring break that i bodied out so i could put it in the oven. I was wondering if any of you guys knew of any good recipies i should try on the flounder.

    I'm assuming you broil it, but what kind of spices do you throw in there for it? Do you ever put any kind of stuffing into it? Anything i should keep in mind while doing this? What kind of side dishes?

    Thanks for the help, i've never cooked flounder like this before.
     
  2. Jimbob

    Jimbob Elite Refuge Member

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    Use the "Merry Old Sole" recipe posted a while back.
     
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  4. Travis Schneider

    Travis Schneider Elite Refuge Member

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    I can't see those pics for some reason.
     
  5. dakota31400

    dakota31400 Senior Refuge Member

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    If it was frozen in water, it should cook anyway you like just fine. Bake, broil, stuff or fry. I like fresh flounder stuffed with deviled crab and baked. For an easy fast meal, It's great deep fat fried as fingers lightly breaded.

    Itailian bread crumbs
    Flour
    salt, pepper, sugar and paprika

    Cut the filets into fish fingers.
    mix bread crumbs and flour 2:1
    add spice to taste
    bread the fish fingers wet in their own juice (no eggs or batter)
    Deep fry till golden brown.

    My Favorite is cooked in the field.

    Fold 1 live flounder into a peice of tinfoil....leave ends and side open
    throw into a fire (back of fish down) for 3-5 minutes..they only wiggle for a few seconds.
    Flip over for 2 minutes.
    unwrap slowly....the skin sticks to the foil leaving the meat exposed. scrape away viscera and eat with your fingers.
     

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