Grouper fish and chips

philthy

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One of those rare times we agree on something for dinner! For the batter, I used 1 cup of flour, 1 teaspoon of baking powder and 1 teaspoon of salt. Pat the filets dry and lightly coat in the dry batter. Then I mixed in half a bottle of Corona into the batter and dredged the filets.

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philthy

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Not sure how to describe it, lol. To me, it's not fishy but really firm and flakey. Really mild flavored. It's flakey like a walleye (my favorite!) but not as sweet. Probably my favorite salt water fish! Pretty hard to find and it's a little spendy, but non fish lovers usually like it. Not near as good as tilefish, but don't get me started on that! I'm sure I didn't help. 🤣 There's so much you can do with this God's creation.
 

2lumpy

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To me, I have trouble telling the difference between flounder, red fish or sea trout….. all are so much better than the salmon/trout species……… on my palate
 

Bigfoot 1

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One of those rare times we agree on something for dinner! For the batter, I used 1 cup of flour, 1 teaspoon of baking powder and 1 teaspoon of salt. Pat the filets dry and lightly coat in the dry batter. Then I mixed in half a bottle of Corona into the batter and dredged the filets.

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That’s it! Looks like an appetizer, put some more fish and chips on that plate! Looks good, bet it tastes even better.
 

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