Snap up Some Snapper

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Red Snapper

Whenever I hear the words “red snapper,” I think of a sassy fish with attitude. Actually, that’s not so far off. Red Snapper has a faintly nutty flavor and a firm texture, which is great for picking up subtle spices, as well as those in-your-face hot chili sauces! It’s a little pricier than trout or tilapia, but well worth it, if you ask me.

Red Snapper with Asian Noodles is a fabulous, refreshing change from the ho hum fish dinner. And it’s quick too. After you let the fish marinate in a slightly sweet, spicy and citrusy mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, honey, garlic powder, salt and cayenne, you bake it for 15 minutes – and there you have it. Serve with lo-mein noodles spiked with sesame oil, soy sauce, lime juice and lightly pickled cukes.

Now there’s a snappy supper!

Some other recipes to snap up:
Grilled Lemon and Basil Snapper Filets
Sicilian Baked Red Snapper With Raisins and Pine Nuts
Roasted Snapper with Sweet and Sour Citrus Reduction
Baked Red Snapper With Zesty Tomato Sauce
Olive Snapper Escabeche
Roasted Yellowtail Snapper with Olives and Tomatoes