Red Snapper With Mango Salsa

Red Snapper With Mango Salsa created by IngridH

A different, wonderful flavor for a firm, white fish. You can use red snapper, grouper or trigger fish. The mango salsa is excellent with chicken as well.

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  • Cut fish into 4 serving size portions. Measure the thickness of the fish. Brush with a mixture of 1 tbsp lime juice and water.
  • In a bowl, combine paprika, salt, ginger, allspice and pepper. Rub onto fish.
  • Arrange fish in a shallow baking pan. Bake uncovered at 425 degrees until fish flakes easitly when tested with a fork. Allow 4 to 6 minutes for each 1/2 inch of thickness.
  • To serve, brush fish with pan juices and serve with mango salsa and garnish with lime slices.
  • Mango Salsa:.
  • Combine mango, 1 red bell pepper, green onions, hot chili pepper, olive oil, 2 tbsp lime juice, vinegar, lime peel, 1/4 tsp salt and pepper.
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"A different, wonderful flavor for a firm, white fish. You can use red snapper, grouper or trigger fish. The mango salsa is excellent with chicken as well."

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  1. Marcie Swazer
    Red Snapper With Mango Salsa Created by Marcie Swazer
  2. Marcie Swazer
    Very easy to make. Such a colorful dish too, made for a great presentation. The rub on the fish was a little strong for me but the salsa was amazing.
  3. Jostlori
    Very nice! Made this with fresh caught Red Snapper, called Pargo here. Instead of the hot chile and the vinegar, I used a chile and the liquid from Recipe#504105. Yummy! I really liked the spice rub and will be using it often. The only change I'll make in the future is to pan fry the fish - we would have liked it better with a crisp top! Thanks so much for posting a keeper of a recipe!
  4. DamoB
    Made this exactly as suggested, and added fried banana to serve. Really crisp, tangy salsa and overall a really lush meal! Next time I make it I'll probably add a pinch of cayenne or chilli powder to the spice rub to give the fish a little more kick.
  5. realbirdlady
    Fresh salsa over an intricately seasoned fish. There are a lot of tastes in this one, but they work well together. I used a pacific whitefish for ZWT7.
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