Origin: North Carolina, South Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico
One of the most prized bounties of the sea comes this delightful, firm and hearty fillet of Grouper. Sourced from multiple areas including North Carolina, the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic. The Grouper fillet offers a vibrant, milky, white flesh with large, firm flakes. The mild flavor of Grouper makes it a staple at the dinner table for any seafood die hard. When seasoned with pepper (white/black), sea salt, garlic, or lemon Grouper will leave your taste buds smiling. Grouper can be prepared grilled, baked, broiled, steamed, or fried. Cutting the fillet into small chunks, breading and pan frying into Grouper Bites is a very common preparation method.