Fillet or steak, grouper is a popular seafood that can be steamed, baked, grilled, or fried. Touting a not-too-fishy flavor, these easy grouper recipes, such as fried-grouper sandwiches and grilled lemon grouper, encourage fish lovers in your crowd.See Popular Grouper Recipes
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At Terroir restaurant at the Craggy Range winery, chef Sara Simpson flavors her lush seafood soup with port, red wine and the usual dash of licorice-scented Pernod.
Bryan Caswell's method for making his version of corn pudding is brilliant in its simplicity: He grates corn on the cob, places it in a hot skillet, and bakes it. As the corn cooks, it turns creamy in the middle and crusty on the edges. Caswell's tip: "Be sure to bear down on the cob a bit when grating to extract all the juices in the kernels."
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A chopped pistachio coating adds crunch to tender grouper fillets while a fresh fruit salsa adds color and sweetness to this nutritious dinner.
A simple salad of julienned cucumbers and carrots tossed with a soy-mustard dressing makes this light fish dish incredibly vibrant.
Top baked fish fillets with sauteed zucchini and summer squash for a healthy weeknight dinner.
This heart-healthy fish dinner owes its sensational flavor to a double dose of fennel--fresh strips in the slaw and seeds in the coating for the fish.
This flaky white fish looks like a gourmet dish when served over a bed of couscous and dressed with mesclun (a mix of salad greens) and colorful radish slivers.