If you want something fun with a tropical flavor to serve for dinner then this is the recipe you need. Inspired by the flavors of the tasty island drink Pina Colada and wrapped in banana leaves this recipe will make you feel like you are enjoying dinner on a tropical island.
If you are looking for a quick, easy and cheesy appetizer for your next get together look no further than this avocado baked redfish! You can also substitute red snapper or grouper if you don't have redfish.
Broilers delight. One large fillet ( Salmon, Snook, Lake Trout, any large fillet) Start by scoring across the fillet up to 1/2 inch deep and 1" apart Then pour fresh or concentrate lemon juice over the fillet, put a pinch of salt over the fillet refrigerate 30 minutes, put under the broiler on low for 12 minutes When the time is up pull out from broiler and spread mayonnaise over
There are many species of grouper out there, but by far the most commonly consumed are red grouper and gag grouper. They can be found predominantly near Florida and the Mid-Atlantic States, but also as far south as the Central and South America.
Groupers have a mild and unique flavor. Red grouper is milder and a little less firm than the gag grouper, so it is often the more preferred choice. This fish cooks firm with large flakes and holds moisture better than other white meat. Groupers are most commonly fried or grilled, but can also be blackened, baked, broiled, poached or sauteed.
To ensure your grouper cooks evenly when grilling, cut large fillets into smaller pieces.
Due to firmness of meat, groupers make a great sandwich. Very popular in Florida, where grouper are most abundant.
When baking or broiling a grouper, cook 10 minutes per inch of thickness. Stick to a temperature between 400-450° F. Red groupers are a lean fish, so be sure to baste for larger-sized fillets.