Ginger-Scallion Flounder

Let’s re-visit the Ginger Scallion Sauce – because I’ve been enjoying it on the regular these days and this particular dish was SO easy to create a large format dinner for a bunch of people quickly and easily.

So follow the recipe for the ginger scallion sauce (linked above) and add the juice of 1 lime. I got an entire filet of flounder from the seafood market – so about 2 lbs. of fish – and then I seasoned both sides with salt, pepper and ginger powder. I chose to do this INDOORS because flounder is such a thin fish I didn’t want to worry about it falling apart on the grill so broiling it would quickly cook it top to bottom and make for a beautiful and easy presentation!

THINLY slice one whole sweet onion and one lemon. It’s very important to thinly slice your onions here because they are only getting 12 minutes of cook time so if they are too thick they won’t cook thoroughly in that time!!! Put the lemon and onion on the bottom of your baking dish, toss with a little olive oil, salt and pepper and then lay the freshly seasoned fish on top. Smother the flounder with your ginger scallion marinade and then BROIL for 12 minutes.

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