Orange Marmalade Grouper


I can’t recall the last time I actually ate grouper. My husband doesn’t eat fish nor anything pertaining to the ocean so the most I’ve had was tuna unless we go out to eat at a restaurant, but never grouper. I’ve seen a commercial recently advertising the fish as a delicacy and gave out the home made sauce to prepare it with. I finally looked it up and decided to try.

On our weekly shopping trip to Publix, I went in search for this famous grouper at the seafood section. Found it freshly fillet and laying in the glass casing so I summoned the fillet-er to give me  a half pound of this goodness.

picture 008Here she is! Red Grouper or Epinephelus morio.

I cut out a piece of parchment paper and buttered the inside as well as the grouper itself.

 

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I then created the sauce. 1 tbsp Orange Marmalade,1tbsp soy sauce,a pinch of sugar (I did not have honey),1 tbsp of Dijon mustard,1/3 c of orange juice and a little white wine along with a dash of black pepper.

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Painted my fish with this combination then brought in the heat.

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Set my Rival to 400 degrees. Wrapped the fish up in the buttery parchment paper then let it do it’s thing for 10 minutes or til flaky!

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I did add in some fresh carrots and unions to tweak it a little.

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And after 10 minutos my grouper was done!

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There you have it! Orange marmalade red grouper with a side of veggies and a yummy salad.

picture 021Tasted better than it looks. 🙂

Here is the recipe I found. It’s good no matter how you dress it.

Honey Orange Glazed Grouper

 

 

 

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