Monday, April 1, 2013

Grapefruit Cilantro Flounder

This just sounded too good to pass up- fish, grapefruit, and cilantro. Not spicy but with a refreshing kick.  It is spring time- way to kick it off!
While flounder sounds expensive, we got it on sale for less than you buy most pre-made meat dishes, even cheaper than cheese from Costco. So don't be afraid to try to new things!
We made it with broccoli and rice.
We made this with our Passover Seder.

2 Grapefruits
1 Bunch Cilantro
2 pounds Flouder

1. Preheat oven to 350
2. Pre oil the bottom of a pan
3. Cut the grapefruits in half
4. Clean of cilantro and cut all the cilantro including the stems
5. Using frozen or thawed flounder filets, you put those in the bottom of the baking dish and squeeze the grapefruit over the top.
6. Put the cilantro on top
7. Put the grapefruit on.
8. Bake about 30 minutes (or until nice and clear/brown on both sides in colour). While you are baking you may need to drain juices and put back in after 20 minutes.
9. Serve and enjoy! (You can remove the grapefruit).

As you see below, we combined the grapefruit cilantro flounder with our passover dinner!

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