Keto Tex-Mex Flounder

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  • prep time

    prep time

    6 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    5 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    11 min

Keto Tex-Mex Flounder

29 ratings

Flounder is a fantastic white fish that holds flavor well, doesn’t taste gamey, and is very healthy for you! This Tex-Mex rub is similar to what you’d find in a taco seasoning. If you don’t like spicy foods, omit the cayenne pepper from this recipe. You can serve your Tex-Mex Flounder with a healthy keto side dish, such as the Carb Manager Mexican Fried Rice.

  • Net Carbs

    2.9 g

  • Fiber

    2 g

  • Total Carbs

    4.9 g

  • Protein

    18 g

  • Fats

    20.3 g

264 cals

Keto Tex-Mex Flounder

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Ingredients

  • Salt

    Salt

    1 teaspoon

  • Black Pepper

    Black Pepper

    1-½ teaspoon

  • Cumin, Ground

    Cumin, Ground

    ½ tablespoon

  • Spices Paprika

    Spices Paprika

    2 tsp

  • Cayenne

    Cayenne

    ½ teaspoon

  • Oregano, Ground

    Oregano, Ground

    1 teaspoon

  • Onion Powder

    Onion Powder

    1 teaspoon

  • Flounder Fillets By Sea Queen

    Flounder Fillets By Sea Queen

    2 serving

  • Olive Oil

    Olive Oil

    2 tablespoon

  • Lime Juice Raw

    Lime Juice Raw

    1 wedge yields

Recipe Steps

steps 4

11 min

  • Step 1

    Combine all the spices in a bowl for an even mixture.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Lay 2 flounder fillets down on a flat surface. Press the spice mixture gently but thoroughly onto each side of each flounder filet.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Heat the olive oil in a medium-sized skillet over medium heat. Place the flounder in the oil, and cover the skillet with a lid. Cook the flounder for 4-5 minutes, flipping over half way through.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Enjoy your Tex-Mex flounder with a fresh squeeze of lime!

Comments 23

  • Lynne

    Lynne 2 years ago

    Very flavorful. It was a bit too spicy for me. Thinking next time maybe cut back on the black and cayenne pepper. . . Just a little!! 😉

    • Kriztnuh

      Kriztnuh 3 years ago

      Had this in a Caesar salad!

      • OutstandingMacadamia670163

        OutstandingMacadamia670163 3 years ago

        A bit bland, I had to add Indian fish masala to it.

        • Gbunny73

          Gbunny73 3 years ago

          I see people posting that it was too spicy and all I can say is y’all must not be from the south! lol Being from Louisiana, I found it thoroughly enjoyable. Too bad I can’t have tortillas because it would have made some yummy fish tacos!

          • Zennynarturo

            Zennynarturo a year ago

            Try zero carb mission tortillas

          • Makingthiswork2021

            Makingthiswork2021 2 years ago

            La Banderita zero carb street taco tortillas. Perfect for this.

          • StellarCauliflower815175

            StellarCauliflower815175 3 years ago

            Maybe so low carb tortilla. Carb balance tortillas is really great !

          • Newbie

            Newbie 3 years ago

            I’m from Louisiana too and it was spicy lol. I will have to cut spices down to half next time.

        • Mcozzie

          Mcozzie 4 years ago

          Too spicy!! Next time reduce the cayenne!!

          • Pattyr62

            Pattyr62 4 years ago

            Awesome fish dinner

            • Carmen

              Carmen 4 years ago

              So delicious! A bit spicy but super good.

              • Anonymous

                Anonymous 4 years ago

                Great recipe!

                • Stefanini.Holly

                  Stefanini.Holly 4 years ago

                  This was a hit at our house! We used Tilapia instead, and it was just as delicious.

                  • Bittrsweet

                    Bittrsweet 4 years ago

                    The size of the filet in the recipe says 226g, yielding 2 servings, yet at the bottom it says 1 serving is 56g? Which is it?

                    • recipewriter

                      recipewriter 4 years ago

                      The first weight is the raw weight, the second weight is the serving size. Cooked fish will be lighter than raw.

                  • Jessharq

                    Jessharq 4 years ago

                    Very flavourful and easy to make.

                    • Goldie

                      Goldie 4 years ago

                      My husband loved this but I will put less seasoning on mine next time, too hot for me.

                      • Raymond

                        Raymond 4 years ago

                        Good flavor!

                        • rios11d32e1

                          rios11d32e1 5 years ago

                          Excellent! Simple and delicious l. My family loves it!

                          • HD

                            HD 5 years ago

                            Way too spicy, but adjustable.

                            • ketocream

                              ketocream 5 years ago

                              Easy, spicy but adjustable. I substituted coconut oil for olive oil and only had a lemon. Two pieces are enough for one person, and you should make double the spice for four pieces to feed a total of two people. I will make this again!

                              • Amanduh

                                Amanduh 5 years ago

                                Absolutely delicious! One of the first dishes I’ve made on Keto and by far my favorite!

                                • LostGirl

                                  LostGirl 5 years ago

                                  I enjoyed this very much I like spicy yet will use less cumin next time