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Flounder ideas?

ronbeauxronbeaux Posts: 988
edited 9:15AM in EggHead Forum
I just scored me a free trip to go flounder gigging so I'm expecting to have some to cook in a couple weeks. I've fried em, baked em, stuffed em, and grilled em, but have never egged em.
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Comments

  • bge1(2).jpg
    <p />ronbeaux,
    Maybe Chef Wil can help you out. This was an egged Flounder he did a few years ago.[p]Mike

  • BOBFBOBF Posts: 177
    ronbeaux,[p]My neighbor dropped off two flounder just a couple of hours ago. They are absolutely my favorite fish to cook. Amazing what a few dozen ABT's and a couple of beer butt chickens cast throughout the neighborhood will return. I got a cooler full of specs and reds delivered to my house the other day. Anyway, I fillet them and make a seafood stuffing. I lay the fillets out and spread the stuffing on them. Roll up the fillets and stand them on end in a baking pan and fill in between with the left over stuffing. Bake about 45 minutes. Baking on the egg should add some nice smoke flavor.

  • ronbeauxronbeaux Posts: 988
    BOBF,
    Nice! I'm saving all tips. Apparently getting a limit of ten is no problem!

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