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This was good! My husband and I do not normally like fish (even though we live in the Pacific NW, where there is some of the best seafood around), but we liked this! The spices were a bit over- powering for our taste, so I will probably cut all spice measurements in half next time. However, it was a fun, easy way to sneak some good-for-you fish into our diet, without overwhelming our non-fish-loving palettes!
Great recipe. I used one of the foil baking bags and just used one large filet. Had to adjust the baking time to 25 minutes, and it was perfect. Since I didn't have a whole snapper, I did adjust the amounts of everything, but other than that I prepared this just as written. Will make again.
I did not care for this recipe. I cook. Everyday. Snapper was so underdone I had to put it back in the oven for - I don't know, I've started at 15 minutes.Trying now to keep my red beans and rice and corn on the cob warm. Will never make this again.
Very very good red snapper, Rise!!! Never did find a whole one, so I improvised. Bought 4 large fillets and shaped them in two piles, then followed your recipe. It worked great!! The taste was wonderfull!! Thanks for sharing a good one!!