Fishing Adventures that are sure to end with an Off the Hook recipe!

Fish Florentine
4 (5oz) pieces of white firm fish (I used grouper)
4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons butter
1 ½ cup red bell pepper chopped
2 cloves garlic minced
1 (9 oz.) bag flat leaf spinach
2 ounces cream cheese
¼ cup half & half
¼ cup parmesan cheese
Sea salt & cracked black pepper
On stove top on medium heat in a large frying pan add 2 tablespoons olive oil and 1 tablespoon butter, red bell pepper and garlic and cook for about 4 minutes. Add spinach season with a pinch of sea salt and pepper mix until all of the spinach have wilted down add cream cheese, half & half and parmesan cheese mix well until cream cheese is melted and your spinach is now more like a cream spinach.
In a separate frying pan on medium high heat, add remaining oil and butter. Season fish on both side with sea salt and pepper and place in hot pan. Cook 6 minutes on first side and flip fish over and cook other side an additional 5 minutes.
Place spinach mixture on the bottom of a plate and top with piece of fish, drizzle with any remaining sauce. Bon Appetit!

11 thoughts on “Fishing Adventures that are sure to end with an Off the Hook recipe!

  1. Awesome catch and recipe Josee! Your recipes are always “Off the Hook” and yummy sounding!!!

  2. This is more than awesome ! I have so much fun watching you fish…let alone these lovely recipes ! Great job !!!

  3. I enjoyed meeting you yesterday at Taste of Pasco and absolutely LOVED the Grouper Florentine you prepared on site. I applaud you for creating a website, where those of us who only oven-bake fish, can come to learn how to prepare fish that’s not only a feast for the stomach, but a feast for the eyes. Cannot wait to prepare this for my husband. He’ll think I’m a gourmet cook! Thank you, thank you! 🙂

    • Awwwwwwwww Thank you so much it’s my passion and I’m so glad you enjoyed my grouper dish I really enjoyed sharing with you all 🙂

  4. This one I’ll try but I need to use fresh, I can’t get grouper here. What would you recommend with this recipe, Lake Superior white fish, salmon or trout? I can usually get those fresh all of the time. I don’t think any of those are much like grouper. You know what? I think this recipe would make bull heads taste good lol! Well done!!!

  5. This has become one of my favorite recipes! Even my husband who doesn’t generally like fish enjoys it . Thanks

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