Flounder has a tender, delicate texture with a mild taste and underlying sweet undertone, making it an incredibly versatile ingredient for a wide selection of dishes.
The garlic parmesan flounder is perhaps the most classic and widely-used baked flounder recipe. It is a flavorful, easy-to-make dish that will leave you wanting more.
When flounder isn’t quite enough you need to stuff it and spinach is the perfect way to do that. It will add a touch of green and some extra flavors to help make the fish stand out.
The deep south has been serving seafood different from the rest of the US and this Cajun spiced flounder recipe is a perfect example. It will have your taste buds doing the two-step and begging for more.
The spice rub is easy to make and will have your kitchen smelling amazing in no time flat. It only takes a few minutes for the fish to cook through, so it’s perfect for a busy weeknight meal.
When you already love seafood the best thing to do is pack in more of it and that’s what this flounder with shrimp stuffing recipe does. It takes a classic stuffed fish dish and amps it up by using plump, succulent shrimp.