I find that I always eat the same kind of fish… and it gets me bored. I absolutely love salmon in all its forms (except when it’s overcooked) but I need a change once in a while. So the other day I was at Adonis, an amazing supermarket here in Montreal (we don’t have Whole Foods yet but we have Adonis!) and was looking at the fish they had… and they had this great looking Red Snapper that got me going! I found a nice looking recipe on the web and modified it a little. It was fantastic! If you try it with my previous quinoa recipe I promise you a great meal!
Creole Red Snapper Filets
Makes 2 servings - Level: CHEF
2 red snapper fillets (or 1 entire fish if you know how to make your own fillets!)
4 tbsp butter, cut in small dices
1 garlic clove, minced
6 drops of Worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp Creole or Cajun seasoning (with salt)
Preheat your oven at 400˚F.
In a small bowl, melt the butter. Add the garlic, Worcestershire, Creole seasoning and pepper. Mix well.
Place your fillets in an ovenproof dish. Evenly spread the butter mixture on top. Cook in the oven for about 10 minutes.