Series: Palm Oil Recipes to Try at Home – May

Published on: May 27, 2021

Moving into the summer season, you’re going to want to enjoy fresh meals that are packed with flavor! When we think of summer, we think of fresh flavors such as citrus, old bay, and seafood! Luckily for you, we have this great recipe that combines all three! This recipe is fast and easy, but delicious – making it the perfect candidate for dinner after a long day at the beach, hiking, or swimming in the pool. Give it a go with friends or family and enjoy outside.

Seasoned Flounder with Palm Oil & Lime

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 Ingredients:

  • 6 ½ lb flounder filets
  • 4 tablespoons of Red Palm Oil
  • 3 limes
  • Old Bay Seasoning (or a seasoning blend of your choice – for other seasoning ideas, click here)

 

Step One:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Step Two:

Cover a large baking sheet with a layer of parchment paper. Spread your red palm oil evenly, covering all surface area of the baking sheet. If you need to use a little more than 4 tablespoons to do this, go right ahead.

Step Three:

Place your founder filets onto the baking sheet on top of the red palm oil. Squeeze the juice from one lime (be sure to save the other two) onto the fish. Season the filets with old bay or your choice of seasoning blend.

Step Four:

Thinly slice one lime and place slices on top of each fish filet.

Step Five:

Bake filets for 20 minutes at 400 degrees. Check fish by flaking with a fork – fish should be easily flaked. Let cool for two minutes before squeezing final lime overtop. Serve, and enjoy!

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