Sunday

Dining with the Doc: Flounder with Carrie



I recently had the honor of writing a guest post on my friend Carrie's site- Carrie's Experimental Kitchen.  Carrie is a multitalented blogger, wife and mom who loves creating simple, delicious meals often with a fresh, Mediterranean flare.  She has a degree in Hotel/Restaurant Management and spent many years in the Corporate Food Service world.  She even has a cookbook coming out soon entitled Carrie's Experimental Kitchen: A Collection of Mediterranean Inspired Family Meals.  

Every week Carrie hosts Seafood Frenzy Fridays on her site where she highlights seafood recipes from other bloggers since she doesn't cook fish herself.  So when she invited me to write a guest post for her site, I decided to share a seafood recipe.  My Flounder Oreganata is a healthier spin on the classic Italian dish.  Flounder fillets are topped with a crispy mixture of oats, breadcrumbs, lemon and herbs and baked in the oven.  It's a healthy meal that the whole family will enjoy and you can get it on the table in less than thirty minutes, so give it a try!   To see the recipe, head on over to Carrie's Experimental Kitchen by clicking here.

  


9 comments:

  1. These pictures are gorgeous!! Great job :)

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  2. Sonali...I luv the Mediterranean flair...if I were eating this, I'd feel like I was dining, with the warm breezes blowing, alongside the Adriatic!! Stunning!! xo Ally

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  3. The topping looks fantastic. I love the crispy contrast to the fish.

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    1. Thanks, Lynda! I like the added texture from the crispy topping.

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  4. I made this for dinner tonight and we really enjoyed it! I used tilapia instead of flounder. It was light, but filling with great flavor and crunch from the topping. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thanks for your comment, Jessica! I've made this dish with tilapia as well. It's a pretty versatile recipe and works well with all types of seafood so I usually end up using whatever looks best at the fish market that day!

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  5. We tried the recipe with tilapia and loved the crunchy topping to the soft flaky fish.
    Easy and tasty recipe.

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