Why You'll Love It
Hand cut, no bones. Tender, fine-flaked white flesh traditionally prepared with white wine, garlic, and butter. Also delicious breaded and pan-fried or baked.
Massachusetts Caught Fillet
How to Prepare
While there are so many ways to enjoy classic, delicious flounder (white wine, butter, and lemon suffice), this take from Food & Wine with a crispy Parmesan crumb topping is a must-have addition to your dinner recipe repertoire.