Special Diet - Created Date : 8.10.2019

Seriously, this fish is silly good! I have tasted too much with stuffi...

Seriously, this fish is silly good! I have tasted too much with stuffi...

Seriously, this fish is silly good! I have tasted too much with stuffing, but not enough to make the fish bust! The fishes are very tasty but rather a strong "fish" taste, rather soft and soft!

If you've been reading the blog lately, you probably noticed this passion for fishing this spring. In the city, we found a new fishmonger with the finest fresh seafood I've ever had! She also has a wide variety!

What is Grouper?

Grouper is a species of hot water fish that inhabits warm coral reefs on Florida's southern coast

I've never done a grouper. Actually, I don't think I've ever eaten a grouper! What a delicious treat! Rugged, flaky, super tasty but not strong or a fish Sağ. Perfect fish for shrimp in my mind!

The inspiration for this grouper came from the idea that filling could be good. One of our favorite dishes is the Horseradish and Bacon Encrusted Beef Filet. The crust is butter, has a bacon (must raise to a fantastic level), and the horseradish fluffy flavor is great! By examining the refrigerator, I noticed that the lobster left some of the little walking feet of our dinner, and I thought it would be a great addition!

Use Frozen Cooked Bacon for Stuffing the Orphil Recipe

When I cook the bacon, I always put a few pieces in a bag and keep it in the freezer. Perfect for such situations! It's made easy to have a variety of items ready to be added to any dish that you've cooked in or your panties or! Because of this small number, it takes less than half an hour from the beginning to the end of this meal! (I use this number for many things. Bread crumbs, roasted peppers, extra sauces or frosts, etc.)

I hope you like this Bacon, Horseradish, Lobster Stuffed Grouper Recipe! It was perfect for any night but it was so fancy that it would serve the guests!

Enjoy! And enjoy cooking!


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to fill

Mix in a small bowl until butter, bread crumbs and horseradish mix well. Add the bacon and combine thoroughly. Mix gently in the lobsters, so the pieces are not broken too much.

For Grouper

Place the grouper in a frying pan face down. In the middle oven, fry for about 3-4 minutes depending on the fillet size. Remove from the oven, carefully turn the fillet with the meat side down. Return to the oven and cook for 3 minutes.

Remove from oven and top with filling. Bring the rack to the second rack, put the fish back in the oven and fry the filling. Now watch carefully, so you won't burn.


If you are now refilling, it freezes well for another use!

In fact, we split a fillet of fillet into pieces, about 2 dilim thick. Then it's over until I almost like the fillets. Get them out of the oven. Add a layer of bacon on the top of the horseradish shell and fry it again until golden brown. We never added the lobster to it, but that would be great, I guess !! Let me know if you try.

First of all, this meal is so great, EVEN I can't, oh my God. Second, I absolutely love seafood, but I live in Wisconsin. That's why I don't get enough fish when I visit one of the coasts (like last week). Grouper had my new life during a trip to SC, Myrtle Beach, SC last year, so I can't expect to increase the amount of WHATEVER I've taken to an overpriced, local, seafood market to make this rate PRONTO.

Thanks a lot, Michelle! I hope you're not too bad !! I'm not in the ocean, but I think this grouper is only 7.99 or 8.99 pounds. I hope you won't get too much courage! Absolutely loved the grouper! Great flavor! Shoot me a picture when you do it!

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