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Red Snapper with Mustard Sauce

Red Snapper with Mustard Sauce created by Derf2440

My favorite meal. Simple, easy and delicious.

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  • Arrange fish fillets in a baking pan or baking dish.
  • Sprinkle fish with lemon juice, salt and pepper.
  • Broil fish in oven for about 7 to 9 minutes or until fish is opaque.
  • Meanwhile, mix prepared mustard, mayonnaise, green onions and salt.
  • Spread sauce over fish and broil for a couple more minutes or until sauce begin to bubble.
  • Serve immediately with steamed rice and a side of steamed vegetables.
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  1. Jaudon
    Fantastic! I added some hot sauce to the sauce, to make it a touch spicy, but otherwise made as is. Thanks for the great recipe!
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  2. Chica Long
    This dish was DELICIOUS! :) As a first time making any kind of fish other than Tilapia, this was an easy and quick meal. Served with french style green beans and Copycat Outback Steakhouse Chopped Blue Cheese Salad (Recipe #330740), my boyfriend was really impressed with my next to non-existent cooking skills! He now wants to try this sauce on my first attempt at Salmon.
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  3. carwashgirl
    My husband and I loved this recipe! Very tasty! I used Grey Poupon Country Dijon mustard and added probably a tsp. of lemon juice and a splash of white wine to the sauce. This was excellent! I will definitely be saving this recipe!
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  4. ElvisPresley99
    Absolutely delicious! Made exactly as stated, only added a teaspoon of lemon juice to the sauce, prior to applying to the fish! Great!
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  5. debberd2
    Just like the description says. Simply, easy and delicious! I had 2 small snapper fillets, rinsed and patted dry with paper towels. Then put on a sprayed, foil lined cookie sheet, squeezed a half of lemon on them and broiled on high for 7 minutes. Added the sauce (with garlic powder) and broiled for 1 minute. Excellent! Thank you!
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