This was flounder, not left-eyed flounder. It’s funny that they look so alike, but their prices are so different.
Of course flounder is cheaper --- that’s why I bought it.
Now, I have a confession to make. I’m terrible when I eat fish. It’s not so obvious when eating a big piece of grilled salmon with a knife and a fork, but when I eat Japanese-style grilled fish, like horse mackerel, with chopsticks, my plate is nothing but a mess. My grandma was an excellent fish eater. After she finished eating her fish, what was left on her plate was a beautiful skeleton of the fish. Boy, it was almost an art, honestly.
Now, which do you think I used to eat this meuniere, a fork or chopsticks?
Now you know. ;)
With only simple seasoning with salt, pepper, olive oil, garlic and a dash of lemon at the end, the meuniere tasted pretty good.