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.
This Cajun-style fish is stuffed with crab and shrimp--a hearty, flavorful dinner for seafood lovers.
These fancy fish rolls are perfect for a cozy dinner for two, but the recipe easily doubles to serve four.
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.
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.
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.
Wild rice and lake whitefish bring an outdoorsy feeling to this main-dish soup. Serve for dinner with crusty bread.
A bit of green onion along with a touch of lemon peel and juice turn ordinary mayonnaise into an extraordinary topping for steamed fish.
Cilantro and salsa add a Tex-Mex accent to fish in this 20-minute recipe.
Clean up is a breeze with this recipe. Put the salmon and vegetables in a foil packet, then cook. Toss the foil after dinner and you're done.
The colorful combo of fresh spinach, tomato, and mango complements the jerk-seasoned fish.