Monday, September 5, 2011

Citrus Infused Grouper

Here in Florida one of the more prized fish to eat is grouper. It's a mild, yet firm fleshed fish. The Citrus Infused Grouper isn't my recipe; it came from the net. But I've put together these photos to show you how quick and easy it is to prepare.

Before I started to prepare the fish I put some brown rice on to cook. I started with one pound of grouper fillet and cut that into serving sized pieces. If you can't find grouper, any mild firm fleshed fish fillet will work just fine.

Butter the bottom and sides of a 9x12 glass baking dish and place the fillet portions in the dish.

Sprinkle with garlic powder, lemon pepper, fresh ground pepper and salt.

Slather the fillets with some butter. Add 1/4 cup of orange juice and 1/4 cup of lime juice. Place orange and lime slices on top of the fish. Bake at 375 for 15 minutes.

The fish was so delicious; we poured a little of the citrus juices over our rice too. We also ate the cooked oranges and lime. Here I've placed the left over fish; we'll have this fish for several days by warming it slightly. Gee I wonder if it's good cold, might be. Hope you're having a great weekend. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.


  1. Good food on beauty plate :)

  2. Yummy. I have discovered that I love fish for breakfast, too. Not as fresh as yours, but I sometimes find some that's edible here in our local stores. This really sounds good. And you have such great serving dishes. :)

  3. i love grouper! and it is so hard to find around here. delicious on the grill.

  4. I sure wish I liked fish for you make it look really good.
    As for your Marlin, I bet there would be a home for it in the new Marlin's ball park to open next year.

  5. Hi Linda..sounds and looks great..will have to try it using another type of fish. Super September to you! T.

  6. Hi Krystyna, thanks so much and thanks for visting.

    Hi Teresa, thanks, fish for breakfast reminds me of my camping days when I would have trout for breakfast.

    Hi Michele, thanks, I always worry I'll have the fish overcooked or stick to the grill if I cook it that way.

    Hi Patti, thanks, new Marlin park ha, I'll have to check out the news.

    Hi Trish, thanks, we had the leftover grouper the next day and it was even better, try it you'll like it.

  7. Hi Linda

    Your cooking posts always make me feel hungry. The citrus infused grouper was new to me. As we can get similar fish here so I'd like to make it very much.

    Your Mary Delany post is really great. I enjoyed it so much. Thank you so much for sharing all these!

  8. This Grouper looks so delicious! Love the orange and lime combo. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Some of my replys aren't posting.

    Hi Sapphire, thanks, they make me hungry too.

    Hi Marguerite, thanks, be sure to use a small baking dish so the juices permeate the fish; I could have used a smaller one.


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