Baked Flounder on a Gas Grill

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Post by Gary on Tue 12 Jul 2011, 8:51 am

2 or 3 pieces of filets per person

Spray the grill down with Pam so the aluminum foil does not stick to the grill

Place filets skin side down on double pieces of aluminum foil (double so it will not cook through on your grill)

Sprinkle your salt and pepper to your taste

Sprinkle some Cajun seasoning powder and minced onions over them. If you are not an onion fan leave them off, but they help with the fishy taste.

Add a squirt of lemon juice over each filet

Place strips of butter over each filet (real butter is better)

Fold the aluminum foil over the filets and place on your preheated grill for 20-25 minutes, they should be cooked moist and fluffy and ready to eat

Especially good when served with boiled shrimp as a side dish.
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Post by Splash One on Sat 30 Jul 2011, 1:54 pm

This is making me hungry..... add a nice big ball of sticky rice and Im set.....

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