Garlic-Herb Red Snapper

Garlic-Herb Red Snapper

"When it's time to fix dinner, Nancy and John Mueller of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin head to the kitchen together. Married 48 years, they find that dividing up the work is fun, saves time and yields delicious results. John, a retired elementary school principal and teacher, usually prepares the entree, 'He especially likes to grill seafood like Garlic-Herb Red Snapper,' says Nancy. 'He started cooking 29 years ago when I went to work full time.'"
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15 m servings
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  1. Spoon lemon juice over both sides of fillets. Combine the lemon peel and seasonings; sprinkle over fillets.
  2. If grilling the fish, coat grill rack with nonstick cooking spray before starting the grill. Grill fish, uncovered, over medium heat or broil 4-6 in. from the heat for 3 minutes on each side or until fish flakes easily with a fork.

Footnotes

  • Nutritional Analysis: One fillet equals 146 calories, 1 g fat (trace saturated fat), 40 mg cholesterol, 716 mg sodium, 2 g carbohydrate, trace fiber, 29 g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 4 very lean meat.

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Most helpful positive review

Excellent recipe! Maybe go a little easy on the salt, and the pepper adds a bit of a punch so use to taste. I added about 2 or 3 Tbsp of butter and melted it all down, then basted it on the fish...

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A solid three stars but not the best flavor ever.

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Excellent recipe! Maybe go a little easy on the salt, and the pepper adds a bit of a punch so use to taste. I added about 2 or 3 Tbsp of butter and melted it all down, then basted it on the fish...

Fantastic recipe. I didn't have any chervil so I replaced it with parsley and tarragon. The snapper was absolutely delicious. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Thanks for shariing your recipe ...

This was actually very good considering it wasn't fried. I also did not use the lemon peel or chervil. I only used lemon juice which was just enough and the parsley/sage mix. Great flavor. E...

Instead of red snapper I first used it on Vermillion rockfish. I broiled it instead of grilling and skipped the lemon peel and chervil. It was delicious. The second time I put just the seasoning...

A solid three stars but not the best flavor ever.

Great! I actually used this on Arctic Char. I just used a squirt of lemon juice for each filet. I omitted the grated lemon peel and the chervil. I added a little slice of butter on top of each f...

Great recipe, especially with the suggestions by Taylor F. Omitted the lemon zest so that the lemon wasn't overpowering. I didn't have chevril, but the parsley and sage worked out deliciously!

I was excited to try this recipe and followed it to a T - but I was somewhat disappointed. It was very bland, and I had been hoping for more flavor!

Was very good

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