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This is a new favorite of mine!! I couldn't find red snapper so I used haddock instead. I did cook the fish a little longer than stated but the fillets were a little thick. It was just perfect! The man thought the wine was a little overpowering, but this dish was right up my alley! Loved it! Thanks PanNan!

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Kim127 July 16, 2003

This was a really tasty way to prepare snapper and very easy. We enjoyed it very much. Made as posted. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny February 03, 2012

Oh, my gosh! Is this ever wonderful! It goes together rather quickly and looks beautiful. It is restaurant quality. I used canned lump crabmeat, which complemented the delicate taste of the fish. This is a great dish because the fish taste is predominant rather than a lot of sauce ingredients. This will certainly be a repeat at our house. Easy enough for everyday, it would also be a good company meal choice too. Thanks PanNan for sharing it. Texas rules!

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judiemeador February 04, 2009

YUMMY !!! This recipe is so easy peasy and full of flavours. The use of flour give the fish a slight buttery taste and thickens the sauce a little. Pepper, mushrooms and crab meat (I subed it by shopped shrimp) completed this light fish dish. I couldn't get red snapper, so I use tilapia and I agree, you can use your favorite firm fish here. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Thorsten January 30, 2006

YUMMY! This was wonderful! I've never had red snapper before and this time certainly won't be the last! This is easy to make but impressive enough for company! Thanks PanNan!

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princesslisa of a galaxy far far away June 09, 2004
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