Shown with bread crumbs not Panko.
Flounder is a flaky and hearty fish. It’s not like Mahi Mahi or Swordfish, but it is filling. It’s one of April’s favorite meals and it’s simple to prepare. I taught her and now she cooks it for us – that means I don’t have to!!
2 eggs beaten profusely
2 tbsp milk
3/4 cup Panko flakes
1/2 tsp Old bay seasoning
1/4 tsp red pepper
1/4 tsp black pepper
4 flounder fillets (serves two)
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray baking pan or cookie sheet with PAM to keep fish from sticking. Mix eggs and milk together. Dip flounder into egg and milk mixture. Cost each piece with egg wash. Add peppers and Old Bay to panko flakes. Mix well and dip flounder into panko flakes (if you cannot find Panko, you can either use crushed corn flakes or regular bread crumbs). Coat all over.
Cut lemon in half and squeeze juice over the four fillets. Bake for 15 minutes or until meat becomes white and flaky. When serving, slice four pieces of lemon and place on top. Serve with French fries and broccoli.
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