Broiled Grouper Parmesan
Updated: Aug 8, 2019
Take fresh grouper and broil it topped with bubbly Parmesan and cream cheese. The recipe is super easy and can be served with a minimum preparation and cooking time.
2 lbs fresh grouper fillets
2 TBSN lemon juice
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/4 cup softened cream cheese
3 TBSN quality mayonnaise
1 dash preferred hot sauce
Old Bay seasoning
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Prep: 15 min Cook: 10 to 15 min Ready: 30 min Serves: 4 filets
1. Preheat the oven's broiler At 550 degrees F.
2. Cut into four equal fillets.
3. Place them on a greased baking tray. Brush fillets with lemon juice.
4. In a small bowl, stir together the Parmesan cheese, softened cream cheese, mayonnaise, and hot sauce. Set aside.
5. Broil the fillets for 6-8 minutes, until they appear solid white.
6. Remove from the oven and spoon the cheese mixture on top of fillets.
7. Return fillets to the broiler for an additional 4-6 minutes, until the cheese topping is slightly browned and bubbly.
8. Sprinkle lightly with Old Bay seasoning.
Total Fat: 24 g Saturated Fat: 11 g Cholesterol: 127 mg Sodium: 389 mg Potassium: 869 mg Total Carbohydrates: 1.4 g Dietary Fiber: 0 g Protein: 48 g Sugars: 0 g
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