Top Rated Grouper Recipes

Grouper and salmon kebabs recipe
A lot of acidity (from orange juice and mustard) goes into the marinade for this fish dish, but not a lot sticks around in the final preparation. That's a blessing because it allows for a wider range of both white and red wines to accompany it. Salmon is one of the oilier fish, which makes some light-bodied red wines sing with it. Suggestions come along for a dry rosé, a light red and a high-acid white. Stay away from big-bodied red wines on this one. Likewise, avoid overly oaky whites.Recipe by Mark Graham, originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.75
Grouper With Roasted Corn and Peppers
Florida's coastal waters provide world-renowned seafood year-round—few as delicious as fresh grouper. This healthy and fast recipe pairs fresh Florida bell peppers and sweet corn with roasted grouper.This recipe is courtesy of chef Justin Timineri, Florida culinary ambassador and state chef. This recipe was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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4.5
Blackened Redfish with Maître d'Hôtel Butter
Blackening fish is an easy method of cooking them in a seasoned skillet to produce a dark-brown exterior and a wonderfully moist interior. Although the blackened fish may look slightly burned, if cooked properly it will taste heavenly. While the use of a cast-iron skillet is preferred, a sauté pan also can be used with good results.This recipe was originally published in "Ralph Brennan's New Orleans Seafood Cookbook," and is used with permission. 
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4.5
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Scroggins is an accomplished fisherman, but he’s also known as a great cook. “Grilling grouper filets and topping them with crab is one of my absolute favorite seafood dishes to make,” says Scroggins. “It will impress your dinner guests and it’s so easy to do.”This recipe is courtesy of Pro Angler and Team Toyota athlete Terry Scroggins
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Couscous
If you're craving couscous and want a new spin on your go-to recipe, try this Tunisian one that incorporates fish. You won't be disappointed.This recipe is courtesy of Ricardo Cuisine and was inspired by the fish couscous at the restaurant Dar Belhadj in Tunis.
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2.75