Recipe by Kristal
"This recipe is great for grouper fillets, but you can also use it with tilapia. It's both healthy and flavorful! You don't have to love fish to love this dish. Serve it with rice and cole slaw to complete the meal."
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4 (4 ounce) fillets
fresh lime juice
red pepper flakes (to taste)
salt and ground black pepper to taste
tomato, thinly sliced
onion, thinly sliced
green bell pepper, thinly sliced
I did not marinate the filets, instead I simply poured lime juice on them added the veggies and popped them in the oven. I cooked it exactly the same amount of time and at 350, but the filets were a bit dry... Maybe 10-15 minutes less would have worked better? The flavor was nice with the onion, tomatoes and peppers. Light and healthy. I would just check it earlier than leaving it for a full hour.
I followed the recipe exactly as written. The baking time was far too long. It left the fish overcooked and dry. It also overcooked the vegetables.
Great recipe. Used on Taliapia instead of grouper. The lime taste was a bit overwhelming for this fish. Overall a great recipe for a great dinner. I had it with pineapple rice casserole and the tart taste from the lime was offset by the sweetness of the pineapple. Thanks Kristal
Simple and delicous. Just my kind of recipe. I've made this several times and I love it.
Fantastic! Light, flavorful, and healthy! I marinated the fish (tilapia) in the pan overnight and then just threw the vegetables on top, salted, and baked. Goes perfectly with a side of rice.
Nice flavor. I used tilapia instead of grouper.
this dish is savoury and goes great alongside garden rice
I thought this recipe was amazing, first of all this is such an easy recipe! Secondly, I loved that I didn't have to fry this fish to get a nice flavor.
The lime does a good job of getting that fishy smell and taste out of the fish. I would definitely recommend staying with the grouper, or any white fish that flakes in big chunks, as the grouper did a fantastic job staying together after baking.
I did make a few minute adjustments:
I did not marinate and the fish came out superb! No real reason, I saw the recipe that day and didn't have time to marinate as suggested.
I skipped the bell peppers, didn't have any on hand.
I didn't use red pepper flakes, afraid it'd be too spicy for the kids, instead I used a regular fish seasoning I've had for forever, with a touch of salt.
As far as the time, 25 minutes was all I needed! The fish was moist, flavorful, and easy! Love this fish!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Bahamian Baked Grouper
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 12
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