Seriously, I’m not sure how these flounder fillets made it into my freezer. I never buy flounder. Maybe my hubby mistaked it for tilapia on one of the many food runs that I send him on. Oh well, they came in handy last night when I needed a quick dinner.
This lemon cajun flounder recipe is so basic I hesitated to post it, but what the heck right? You never know who is out there in the blogsphere searching for ways to prepare flounder fillets. Well here’s how I did mine: lemon, cajun seasoning, old bay and onion powder. BAM! Yep, that’s it. Sounds too easy right? Now you see why I almost didn’t post this recipe.
These little flounder fillets pack a hot, spicy, lemony punch and pairs well with plain rice and steamed veggies. This recipe is pretty much fail-proof. I never measure the spices, just coat the fish well and it all seems to work out. I think these lemon cajun flounder fillets would look beautiful and “Springy” placed on a platter and garnished with lemon slices and fresh green herbs. No one would ever believe how easy they were to make.
Lemon Cajun Flounder
Lemon Cajun Flounder Recipe
By Divas Can Cook
Recipe type: fish, main
- 4 thin flounder fillets
- 1 lemon
- Cajun seasoning
- Old Bay Seasoning
- Onion powder
- 4 tablespoon butter, melted
- Wash & pat dry 4 flounder fillets and place on a foil lined baking sheet
- Squeeze the juice of half a lemon over fillets
- Sprinkle top of fish generously with Cajun Seasoning, Old Bay Seasoning and Onion powder.
- Cover and let sit in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes
- Drizzle butter over fish
- *optional*Cut lemon into thin slices and place over fish
- Broil on high for about 5 minutes (the broil time depends on the thickness of your fillets so keep an eye on it. Fish is ready when it flakes easily with a fork)