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hobo flounder by diane

(1 rating)
Recipe by
Diane Eldridge
born in Traverse City Mich now in Chattanooga, TN

had bought some apple wood chips to use will grillin....... what sounds good with apple flavor..... came up with this....only change i would do is maybe add bout 1 tablespoon splenda to water[see recipe] there is a little prep here but worth it

(1 rating)
prep time 20 Min
cook time 35 Min

Ingredients For hobo flounder by diane

  • 4 or more
    6-8 oz pieces of flounder[or yur fav fish]
  • 1/2
    3 different kinds of apples
  • 1 md
  • several
    baby carrots
  • 1 lg
  • 1 qt
    cold water
  • 1 pinch
    sea salt
  • fresh ground black pepper

How To Make hobo flounder by diane

  • 1
    start early in day to do prep.....first take lt bowl put water and salt in it....using a mandaline[or whatever u use to slice extra thin]slice lemon than apple 1/2's,baby carrots and onion into bowl of water...let sit bout an hour...stir several times in that hr
  • 2
    than take foil and and get a length for each piece of fish[big enough for fish and stuff in bowl] do 1 extra piece of foil...have a bag of apple wood chips...put a handful or 2 in last piece of foil seal well...then with sharp knife poke several holes in wood chips set aside
  • 3
    now with rest of foil spray well with non stick cookin spray... set a piece of fish on eac piece of foil... divid all in bowl around the fish add pepper to taste[and little salt too if u need to] seal each foil packabe wellput in fridge.durin day flip foil pouches several times
  • 4
    fire up the grill...follow grill instructions to get it to med high wood chip pouch on closely when it starts smoin put fish pouches on grill cooking with indirect heat..flip pouches over bout every 5 min check after 30 min are carrots cooked??? if not put back on grill cook til carrots are done
  • 5
    once done slide out of foil pouch onto plate and enjoy.... we had this with baked tater and sour cream

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