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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!

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Helping Hands July 07, 2004

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.

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Jellyqueen June 10, 2004

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.

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penny zynda January 27, 2004

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!!

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Derf April 11, 2002
Cajun Snapper (and don't forget the garlic!)