Red Snapper a L' Orange

Red Snapper a L' Orange created by Derf2440

Another quick and easy fish dish I have not tried. Hope someone out there will like it and let me know.

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  • Combine salt, pepper, juice, rind, and oil.
  • Place fish in single layer in an oiled oven ready dish.
  • Pour sauce on top.
  • Sprinkle with nutmeg.
  • Bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes or until fish is cooked.
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"Another quick and easy fish dish I have not tried. Hope someone out there will like it and let me know."

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  1. Elizabeth_in_Boca
    A quick and easy recipe with only a few ingredients that was very easy to prepare. I used expeller-pressed coconut oil, and it came out superb.
  2. katrinepa2
    Delicious, and allows for the fish flavor to come through:) I would recommend this, and thanks so much for posting!
  3. Kermit in Huntsville
    Absolutely wonderful, we could not stop raving.<br/>This is my new favourite fish recipe, it would be wonderful with sea bass also.<br/>The flavours are incredible.
  4. Miss Diggy
    Tebo, I hate to give this such a bad rating... I dont know where it went wrong, but it was bland for us. I added more pepper and then salt to it once it was out, and then it tasted much better.. but maybe it needed more nutmeg? I didnt know how much to sprinkle on, so, maybe I just didnt use enough. So sorry... I will try this again in a while just to try a bit more nutmeg and see if that helps. :)
  5. Wild Irish Roses
    Jan. 9, 2009 I was looking for a healthy way to cook snapper when I found this recipe. I used half olive oil and half canola oil. and added half cup white wine. We loved how this came out. I have some cod to try it on next. Thanks for posting this one!
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