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Pan Fried Coconut Flounder
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  1. One pound of local, wild fillet of flounder (or any other white fish fillet)
  2. 1 egg (pastured if possible)
  3. 3/4 cup coconut flour (where to buy coconut flour)
  4. Sea salt (where to buy sea salt and other spices)
  5. Pepper to taste
  6. Garlic powder
  7. fat (tallow, lard, ghee, butter) (how to make ghee)
  1. Rinse the fish fillets under running water and pat dry
  2. Crack the egg into the bowl and scramble
  3. Pour some of the coconut flour onto the plate and spread
  4. Dip one fillet at a time into the egg and cover completely, turn and cover the other side
  5. Let the egg drip off
  6. Place the egg covered fillet into the coconut flour
  7. Season with your spices; salt, pepper and garlic
  8. Press lightly and flip and coat the other side with coconut flour completely
  9. Remove this finished piece to a plate
  10. Prepare all the fish fillets this way
  11. Start heating the pan to medium while you are preparing the fish
  12. Melt a good fat in the pan: either tallow, lard, butter, ghee (I like tallow for this)
  13. Place the fish in the pan and cook 3 – 4 minutes until the bottom side is browned (be careful not to heat the pan too much or it will just burn the flour)
  14. Flip the fillet and cook until the other side is browned
  15. Plate and prepare the sauce
  16. Instructions for the Sauce
  17. After the fish fillets are all cooked, quickly wipe out the pan with a paper towel
  18. Put ghee or butter in the pan and melt
  19. Add seasonings such as garlic and salt and fresh herbs such as parsley, thyme, dill or whatever you have on hand
  20. Saute until the fresh herbs are wilted
  21. Pour some sauce over each fish fillet
Adapted from Real Food Forager
Adapted from Real Food Forager
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