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Broiled grouper/snapper

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Broiled grouper/snapper

PostTue Apr 29, 2008 5:18 pm

Got this idea from a dude on another forum today, and I made it for lunch. Delicious.

All you need is an oven on broil, alum. foil coated with butter/margarine, and then follow the pics below. The bottom scamp filet has some blackening seasoning, salt and margarine. The top filet has salt, lemon pepper and parmesan cheese. I have also used dry ranch dressing mix and italian seasonings, etc. etc. with some margarine on top. Broil until the bottom edge of the filets get a little brown and the rest is nice and flakey.

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Re: Broiled grouper/snapper

PostWed Apr 30, 2008 9:11 am

Look good. Sometimes it's the "simpler" the better....
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Re: Broiled grouper/snapper

PostWed Apr 30, 2008 9:17 am

I cooked some grouper last night that was delish also.

Cut fish into strips about 1" wide.

Cook on high heat in a wok with olive oil, chopped garlic, garlic salt, and lemon pepper. When I served the fish I heavily sprinkled parmesean (sp?) cheese on them.

served with some pasta and zuccini!
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