Snapper is an easy to cook and delicately flavoured fish perfect for treats like whole baked snapper, bbq snapper, fried snapper fillets, snapper in foil or snapper pie! Look here for a variety of tasty and creative recipes.
This is a Mediterranean-inspired sauce for snapper or other fish, based on tomatoes, wine, garlic and chillies.
This is a terrific bbq recipe where snapper is marinated in tequila and lime and then barbecued and served with salsa.
Red snapper is gently dipped in a homemade marinade before the residual is added to the frying pan and reduced to make a glorious sauce.
Deep fried fish - in a beer batter
Walnuts have vitamin E; snapper fillets, omega-3 fatty acids; lemon juice and zest, vitamin C; and parmesan, plenty of calcium. This is a terrific low-kilojoule dinner that will help your arthritis.
The crumbing of these snapper fillets includes Cajun seasonings giving it a great spicy taste. Serves well with fried rice or noodles.
Whether you caught the fish yourself or bought it from the shop this is a simple recipe that combines snapper with ginger and lime then bakes it in the oven.
Whole baby snapper marinates in a warming Indian-style spice paste made from cumin, coriander, turmeric, chilli, ginger, garlic, and fresh coriander before being baked.
Snapper marinated in a mixture of honey, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, garlic and fresh pepper then baked until flaky. Marinade also great on hoki or tarakihi.
I wanted to create a red snapper dish that uses Asian flavours with simple French techniques. This dish truly exemplifies the perfect fusion of East and West. I am proud of this dish and you will be as well!