Tarragon and Chive Baked Flounder

by Kitchen Ladies

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The great thing about dedicating time to Coastal Kitchen over the last year is that now I have almost every spice known to man and a fridge stocked with staples. This past Sunday, when I did my weekly grocery shop I was flabbergasted to see that $78 was able to get Chris and myself three hearty dinners, five days of morning green drinks and breakfast along with my lunch through Friday. Though it took me a while to get here, I’m starting to feel like a master shopper!

Last night’s dinner was probably the most expensive of the bunch due to the fresh herbs that I had to buy (chives and tarragon), but I plan to fix this soon by cultivating my own herb garden. I’ll keep you posted!

In the meantime, please try this recipe. I’ve never experimented with flounder, but this is divine, and the perfect meal to impress houseguests with.

Dinner for two cost breakdown: Baked Flounder and Sautéed Spinach
Already had: butter, minced garlic and Dijon mustard
Two skinless sole/flounder fillets (wild caught) $5.64
Fresh tarragon $2.99
Fresh chives $2.99
Panko Bread Crumbs $2.19
Bag of Spinach $1.89
Total = $15.70

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~ Kirsten

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