Most often served stuffed, flounder is a popular other fish, touting a delicate but firm texture. Whether stuffed, sauteed, or poached, these easy flounder recipes make seafood lovers happy.See Popular Flounder Recipes
Most fish prepared in India is stewed or cooked quickly in the tandoor, but this dish from the Taj Lake Palace is seared, making it decidedly more modern. A fragrant herb mix is stuffed into each fish fillet and blended into a yogurt cream sauce. Then the dish is finished elegantly with crisp frizzled mint leaves and strips of ginger.
This Cajun-style fish is stuffed with crab and shrimp--a hearty, flavorful dinner for seafood lovers.
This classic shallow-poached fish is served with a minty French butter sauce. It's delicious with a simple rice pilaf and tender green spring vegetables like peas or baby spinach.
Chopped broccoli, tomato, and scallion give a confetti-like appearance to the wild rice stuffing that fills these flounder fillets. Baked with lemon and white wine, this fish recipe is sure to please the palate.
These fancy fish rolls are perfect for a cozy dinner for two, but the recipe easily doubles to serve four.
Lemon slices and fresh tarragon scent tender sole fillets and asparagus spears as they cook in handy foil packets.
Thin flounder fillets are great for stuffing, especially when filled with a fresh and flavorful mix of grape tomatoes and purchased pesto.
Rub white fish fillets with oil and chile pepper, then saute a few minutes on high heat for a super fast and healthy dinner.
Look for Pacific Flounder. Its delicate flavor is wonderfully balanced by the sweet and savory combination of orange, shallot and mustard. A large nonstick skillet is highly recommended. Otherwise, cook the fillets in two batches, using 1 1/2 teaspoons oil per batch.
Fish fillets cooked in a tomato-wine sauce are the main attraction for a healthy 30-minute meal.
Roasted celery, carrot, and leek along with tomato and imitation crab make a colorful filling for flounder fillets baked in white wine.
Fresh limes, cilantro, and Thai red chiles make a bold sauce for the fish in this low-calorie recipe.
Using flavor-packed grilled fish helps keep the fat and calories low for this fun dinner.
Low-fat coleslaw and baked cornmeal-coated fish give the classic Po' Boy sandwich a delicious heart-healthy spin.