Grouper: a healthy and tasty fish

by | Oct 16, 2013

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The grouper is a tasty half-fat white fish, which it’s considered one of the richest in the market. Nutritionally, it’s rich in vitamina B1 that plays an important role in the functioning of the nervous system and it’s very suitable for women during pregnancy and breast feeding.  It also contains iron, calcium, potassium, iodine, magnesium, sodium and excellent nutricional value.

 The grouper is well recognized in gastronomy thanks to different ways of cooking: roasted, grilled, as a stew, broth or cooked with rice.

 This time, we have chosen a healthy, simple and fast recipe cooked in the oven, and the result is very tasty. Hope you like it!!

Baked grouper with soya sauce and coriander

 Ingredients:

• 4 grouper fillets

• 1 onion

• 1 lemon

• Soya sauce

• Fresh coriander

• Olive oil

• Salt

• Pepper

Preparation:

First, cut the onion into thin slices and fry slowly in a pan with a little olive oil until soft (around 10 minutes). Remove from heat.

Season the fish and add the cooked onion on top. Place it in a dish into the pre-heated oven at 356ºF. We’ll leave it there about 10-12 minutes.

On the other hand, emulsify –with the help of a beater– lemon juice, soya sauce (about 3-4 tablespoons) and two tablespoons of olive oil. Finally, grind a few sprigs of fresh coriander and add to the sauce.

Remove the fish from the oven and cover it with the sauce that we have prepared. Reintroduce the fish with the sauce into the oven for 5 minutes.

You can serve it with sauteed vegetables (zucchini, leeks, red pepper, green pepper and mushrooms).

 Enjoy it!!

2 Comments

  1. inte fan gör det det

    Have too look up what kind of a fish that is!!! ( se if there is a translation! )
    But it looks delicious! 🙂

    Reply
    • yummybull

      I hope you will find it easily. This fish is called mero in Spain. It´s healthy, tasty and affordable too! Thanks for your interest! 🙂

      Reply

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2 Comments

  1. inte fan gör det det

    Have too look up what kind of a fish that is!!! ( se if there is a translation! )
    But it looks delicious! 🙂

    Reply
    • yummybull

      I hope you will find it easily. This fish is called mero in Spain. It´s healthy, tasty and affordable too! Thanks for your interest! 🙂

      Reply

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