Try Grilled Grouper with Mango Butter
This Grilled Grouper with Mango Butter is a super-easy, slightly spicy dish that we think you’ll love.
As the name implies, mango butter comes from the seeds of the mango tree. … When cold-pressed from the seeds into a natural butter, mango makes a butter that is considered very similar to cocoa butter and shea butter because it tends to be moisturizing without being greasy.
Fresh Grouper from Motts Channel Seafood offers a firm texture, white meat with a large flake and a mild flavor. It is indeed an extra lean fish. It lends itself well to any form of cooking. Because it is a lean fish, some basting is necessary while broiling or baking to keep the flesh moist. Fish cooks quickly. Do not overcook.
Fish is done when the flesh becomes opaque and flakes easily when tested with a fork.
Substitutes fish for this recipe include Snapper and Mahi-Mahi.
Serves four. Recipe and Photo Credit: Laura 17 as published by allrecipes.com.