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    Dance Bisquick & Flounder!

    I take flounder filets (2 Whole flounder)

    1 cup of bisquick

    Pepper / Salt / Paprika / Garlic

    I rinse the filets in water and pat them dry with a towel. I coat them in egg (2 scrambled eggs in a bowl I coat each filet in this mixture which helps make the batter stick) and then add them to the bag of Pepper, Salt, Paprika, Garlic and Biquick.

    Once breaded just toss them into a hot pan with pre melted butter that has been reduced to a good simmer but still very much hot. You can suplimient olive oil here for a more healthier dish.

    The flounder take less than 5 minutes to cook and its wonderful!
    We are West End Anglers, a saltwater tribe!

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    Reeling Smiley

    Man that sounds good. Just need to catch some flounder now

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    Is that how you cooked up them flounder.

    I had blackened wahoo tacos for dinner tonight with home made salsa

    mmmmmmmm.......mmmmmmmmm......... GOOD

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    No, Bailey still has them he fileted them and put them in the freezer... I usually experiment with flounder so many things you can do... We will stuff the 6 flounder we gigged Rockfish
    We are West End Anglers, a saltwater tribe!

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