Fish Grouper WGGS
Grouper are members of the seabass family, Serranidae, and are found in tropical and warm temperate waters worldwide. Grouper have unique identifiable characteristics, they are commonly described as lean, moist fish with a distinctive yet mild flavor. The large, white-flaked flesh contains no intramuscular bones. Grouper has white flesh fish with a taste and texture which is popular and distinct from most common white flesh fish. Grouper fillets are usually thick with a firm texture.
Grouper has also become the choice of people concerned with healthy eating because it is nutritious in addition to being delicious. Four ounces of uncooked grouper has only 110 calories, 2 grams of fat (none of which is saturated) and only 55 grams of cholesterol. Because the grouper meat is so low in fat, some basting may be necessary when grilling, broiling or baking.
While there are so many kinds of fish cuts, some chefs want to keep the Grouper intact. Frozen and delicious whole Grouper can be grilled, baked, fried which allows you to prepare very unique dishes. Using whole fish meat allows you to flavor or include your various preferences, depending on how creative you want to be.