Almost any fish can be baked whole but snapper is particularly suited to the technique. Try one of these many variations.
Almost any whole fish can be cooked with this method but snapper is particularly good with the Thai flavours. If you can find it, try fresh galangal in place of the ginger, the flavour is unique.
Fish baked in a Mediterranean inspired sauce of tomatoes, onions, capers and black olives. A tasty way to enjoy your fish.
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.
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!
Red Snapper is placed into a baking dish then covered with prawns before finally being coated in a white sauce and parmesan cheese. Once baked serve with fresh bread.
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.
You can use almost any whole fish with this recipe but snapper is particularly suited to the Thai flavours of basil, ginger and chillies.
This recipe for snapper is perfect for when you want a tasty fish dinner without a long marinating time. Serve with rice and a salad.
Red Snapper is cooked to perfection in a sweet Oriental sauce that contains mandarins, ginger, lime, soy sauce and a touch of chilli flakes.
This is a Mexican fish dish usually called snapper Veracruz after its town of origin. Very simple, tangy and delicious!