Sautéed Flounder Fillets and Lemony Green Beans — Accounting for Taste

January 24, 2021 at 11:26 PM | Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Here’s a speedy and uncomplicated method for cooking mild-tasting fish. From Molly Steven’s latest cookbook “All About Dinner” comes Sautéed Flounder Fillet with Wine Sauce along with a side dish of Green Beans with Shallots, Herbs and Lemon. All you need to complete this light and quick meal is a simple side salad. Both dishes […]

Sautéed Flounder Fillets and Lemony Green Beans — Accounting for Taste

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  1. I love cooking these flat fish simply; so much flavor!

    • I just had some Flounder the other day, Lemon on it goes perfect!


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