This has to be the best recipe for cooking grouper that I have ever eaten, and I know that everyone that I have cooked it for has agreed. It get it's distinctive taste from the Nassau Royale liqueur, and I am pretty sure you can pick up a bottle of this at most large liquor stores. My wife and I ate this while visiting Abaco, Bahamas and when I saw it on the menu I had to try it. I ask the chef for the recipe and he was nice enough to give it to me, here it is
2, 4 or 6 Grouper fillets
1/4 lb melted Butter
1/4 cup toasted Almonds
3 Tbsp Flour
1 Tbsp Cajun style Seasoning
1 to 4 Tbsp Nassau Royale liqueur
2 Tbsp Lime Juice
Saute almond in butter till brown. Remove and place on paper towel.
Lightly flour grouper fillets. Season with a light sprinkle of Cajun seasoning.
Saute in remaining butter till cooked (10 minutes per inch).
Add Nassau Royale (1 Tbsp per fillet). Lightly salt toasted almonds. Sprinkle over fish.
Serve with callaloo, spinach or christophenes and rice.