Photo: Brian Woodcock; Styling: Cindy Barr
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Serves 4

Served over brown rice with snow peas and shiitake mushrooms, Asian-inspired Hoisin Flounder is a superfast dinner solution for your busy weeknights.

How to Make It

Step 1

Prepare rice according to package.

Step 2

Combine hoisin and next 5 ingredients in a bowl. Reserve 4 teaspoons.

Step 3

Heat a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add 1 tablespoon canola oil. Sprinkle fillets with salt. Add two fillets to pan; cook 4 minutes. Turn; brush each with 1 teaspoon hoisin mixture. Cook 2 minutes. Remove fish from pan. Repeat with 1 tablespoon canola oil, 2 fillets, and 2 teaspoons hoisin mixture.

Step 4

Heat a skillet over high heat. Add 1 tablespoon canola oil. Add peas and onions; sauté 1 minute. Add mushrooms; sauté 2 minutes. Place 1/2 cup rice onto each of 4 plates. Top each with 1 fillet and 1/2 cup vegetables; drizzle with 1 teaspoon hoisin mixture.

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Ratings & Reviews

3 1/2 stars

MMowry
June 24, 2016
I used tilapia and steamed my own brown rice.  Loved the sauce, which I doubled, and the veggies.  It just was an unusual combination with the fish.  I think salmon would be a better choice of fish here.  But that's just me.  Will make again.

Tasty but tedious

Dawnarn515
July 09, 2015
This is a tasty dish but required too much effort with the small batch cooking of the fish. Veggies are a nice touch. I served with jasmine rice instead of brown rice in the bag.

Very tasty

FairyWhimsy
April 25, 2015
Had some brown rice and Asian greens that needed using, so I just made the fish.  Added a little chopped pineapple (also needed using!) to the fish and sauce, which gave it a nice sweetness.  I've not done any Asian-style fish besides tuna and shrimp before, so this was a new thing for us.  We enjoyed it very much.

seaside725's Review

malevy
April 21, 2014
My entire family really enjoyed this dish. And I did use flounder. I especially thought that the flavor of the sauce was excellent. I served this with green beans and I will be making this again maybe next time with tilapia. Yummy.

amateurcook's Review

daneanp
April 15, 2014
Made this with hake fillets. They were thicker and held together quite well. Very tasty will definitely make this again.

Thefunnyfarm's Review

Tebra60
January 22, 2014
I also used tilapia. Loved the recipe it was easy and very tasty. I served it with roasted broccoli. Will be on our favorites list

seyoung08's Review

Albright777
October 08, 2013
I, like others, don't love flounder, plus it's a little harder to find in the supermarket. I made the dish with 2 lbs of tilapia, doubling the sauce recipe, and it turned out wonderfully. The tilapia is such a thin fish that the whole fillet didn't make it to the plate in one piece, but it was devoured just the same. I didn't have sesame oil, so I just toasted some sesame seeds in a dry pan then added them to the sauce. It provided a great, nutty flavor, without the fat of the oil. Will make again!

Bevmknight's Review

Thefunnyfarm
September 28, 2013
Cooked it on the grill - yummy

malevy's Review

nbalter1
July 07, 2013
Flounder is not my favorite fish - but this recipe is great - very tasty.

Morningglory29's Review

kkparsons
May 27, 2013
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