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red snapper veracruz

this is a really tasty fish dinner that i did eat in mexico. courtesy of bon appetit

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  • using your hands crush the tomatoes.
  • add olive oil to skillet, saute onions and garlic until softened.
  • add tomatoes and spices and simmer until thickened, about 10-15 minutes.
  • add olives, raisins, capers and simmer 10 minutes more.
  • preheat oven to 425.
  • in a glass baking dish spoon sauce over bottom.
  • add snapper fillets and top with remaining sauce.
  • bake uncovered for 20 minutes.
  • remove, garnish with almonds.
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  1. Dr. Jenny
    DH and I liked this dish. It was easy to prepare. We halved the sauce to accommodate about a pound of fish, with good results. We didn't add the raisins as we did not know how much to use. Otherwise, we made no modifications to the ingredients. I especially enjoyed the slivered almonds on top of the fish. They lent a nice flavor to the dish. I think the fish needed something, so I tried putting some feta on top, but this did not quite do the trick. We served the fish with a side of roasted asparagus. Thanks, Chia.
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  2. Kikimony
    Very simple, yet tasty, dish! The ingredients didn't list raisins and so I left them out. I used Redfish (not sure if it is the same?). My DH loves tomato dishes and he really enjoyed this alot, and so did I!
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  3. chia2160
    this is a really tasty fish dinner that i did eat in mexico. courtesy of bon appetit
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