Wednesday, March 20, 2013

steamed flounder filet with "succotash" kitchen! kitchen!

Steamed Flounder Filet And Succotash
Delightfully cushioned on a bed of
baby arugula.
Spring break for my nephew Matthew means a visit from his parents. Always a welcome spring treat for me. A lot of cooking and shopping are always in store and both are my favorites! So, on the last day of the visit, what is more delicious and easy to prepare but steamed flounder filet and a more easier side dish of pre-bought package of Trader's Joe's Soycutash! A must have for everyone for those "asap" days.

So very easy.....
1 pkg. of fresh flounder filet
1 pkg. of Trader's Joe's frozen "Soycutash"
Season the fish with salt and black pepper with a squeeze of fresh lemon
and sprigs of fragrant dill; wrapped completely in foil.
On a deep baking dish or pan with water (about 1" high), place a small rack and place the wrapped fish on top and bake for 20-30 minutes on a 350F preheated oven.
Follow direction on the package of the "Soycutash"
Pour some of the fish drippings on the dish and serve the rest as a sauce.

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