Curried Red Snapper

Curried Red Snapper

"'My husband and daughter, who don't usually care for fish, love it prepared this way,' remarks Lynette Kerslake of Corbett, Oregon. 'A tasty curry sauce baked over the fish makes the delicious difference.'"
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40 m servings
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  1. Place the fish in a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish. In a skillet, saute onions and celery in butter until tender. Add curry powder and salt; mix well.
  2. Remove from the heat; stir in milk. Spoon over fish. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 25 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork.

Footnotes

  • Editor's Note: Cod, flounder, haddock, ocean perch or any other lean fish can be substituted for the red snapper.

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This was a great base recipe. It really inspired me. My biggest pet peeve on this site is people who alter a recipe and then rate it poorly. That said; I altered the recipe but rated it highly. ...

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Blah. Not much flavor to this dish and I doubled the curry powder. Probably won't make again

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This was a great base recipe. It really inspired me. My biggest pet peeve on this site is people who alter a recipe and then rate it poorly. That said; I altered the recipe but rated it highly. ...

This was just fabulous! I used whipping cream to make the sauce thicker and also used a little more cream and curry to have curried gravy for my mashed potatoes. I recommend to anyone!

This dish is INCREDIBLY good! And INCREDIBLY easy! I went to the store to get whatever fish was fresh (and a good price), and red snapper it was! I had never had or made red snapper, but now,...

This dish prepared quite easily. The flavors are very mild (good for folks who cannot tolerate spice), and the sauce light and transparent. The onions came out a bit crisper than I prefer, so ...

My family loved this recipe. The kids kept calling it chicken because they couldn't believe anything made with fish could taste this good.

Absolutely delicious! Went perfectly w/Jasmine rice & sauteed green beans. The flavor is so nice and it's a light dish. It's one of those dishes that leaves you feeling good all over & it's h...

I followed chopin4-2's advice on the sauce to the tee and VERY MUCH enjoyed it. I prepared Greek Lemon Pilafi to accompany it and the rice could have stood to be more lemony. The sauce is quite ...

This recipe was excellent. I used flounder seasoned lightly with old bay instead of the snapper. I also used jamaican curry and light coconut milk instead of regular milk. I omitted the salt whe...

Very good

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