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10-Minute Barbecued Flounder with Sriracha Butter
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10 INGREDIENTS • 4 STEPS • 15MINS

10-Minute Barbecued Flounder with Sriracha Butter

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No need to fire up a kettle pit or smoker, or grill for hours. Instead, using some mild chili sauce and a broiler you can imbue a nice barbecue flavor to your flounder and have dinner ready in under 20 minutes.
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Throwdown Kitchen
Hi, I’m John Mooney, and I am a food writer and video blogger. I started the Throwdown Kitchen blog to write about the amazing foods that people make. My wife Jeannette and I live in Maryland, and our passion is discovering amazing restaurants, roadside stands and the people who make it happen.
http://throwdownkitchen.com/
No need to fire up a kettle pit or smoker, or grill for hours. Instead, using some mild chili sauce and a broiler you can imbue a nice barbecue flavor to your flounder and have dinner ready in under 20 minutes.
15MINS
Total Time
$3.02
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
2
US / Metric
Flounder Fillet
1 lb
Flounder Fillet
Butter
1/4 cup
White Wine
1/4 cup
White Wine
Lemon
1
Lemon, juiced
2 Tbsp juice per 2 servings
Garlic Powder
1 tsp
McCormick® Garlic Powder
Sriracha
1 tsp
Fresh Parsley
1 Tbsp
Salt
to taste
Grape Tomatoes
to taste
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
457
Fat
27.5 g
Protein
43.2 g
Carbs
5.3 g
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Hi, I’m John Mooney, and I am a food writer and video blogger. I started the Throwdown Kitchen blog to write about the amazing foods that people make. My wife Jeannette and I live in Maryland, and our passion is discovering amazing restaurants, roadside stands and the people who make it happen.
http://throwdownkitchen.com/

Author's Notes

We like to serve this flounder atop freshly sautéed baby spinach. Try grilled asparagus, potato salad, saffron rice, or even roasted spicy green beans.

This recipe works really well with salmon or even red snapper. Barbecue shrimp would be a great variation. A nice platter of still steaming barbecue shrimp comes to the table for everyone to enjoy instead of boring chilled shrimp with cocktail sauce.
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step 1
Season the Flounder Fillet (1 lb) with Salt (to taste) and Ground Black Pepper (to taste) all over and set in a shallow baking dish.
step 2
Make the sauce by melting the Butter (1/4 cup) and then adding White Wine (1/4 cup), the juice from Lemon (1), McCormick® Garlic Powder (1 tsp), Sriracha (1 tsp), Salt (to taste), Ground Black Pepper (to taste), and Fresh Parsley (1 Tbsp).
step 3
Pour the sauce over the flounder fillets, add Grape Tomatoes (to taste) (if desired) to the pan around the fish, and broil for 8 minutes.
step 3 Pour the sauce over the flounder fillets, add Grape Tomatoes (to taste) (if desired) to the pan around the fish, and broil for 8 minutes.
step 4
Remove the fish from the oven and plate with the tomatoes. Spoon any sauce over the fish, squeeze fresh lemon juice on top. Garnish with extra parsley if desired.
step 4 Remove the fish from the oven and plate with the tomatoes. Spoon any sauce over the fish, squeeze fresh lemon juice on top. Garnish with extra parsley if desired.
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American
Gluten-Free
Keto
Fish
Low-Carb
Shellfish-Free
Dinner
Meals for Two
Quick & Easy
Summer
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