As I came across this recipe for grilled snapper with mango salsa, I instantly had memories of Dad's fish with fruit salsa. Since snapper isn't the most sustainable of fishes, I'll probably sub in something similar like rock fish. To take a look at the simple and delicious recipe, read more
A quick and simple slaw consisting of napa cabbage, scallions, and soy sauce is an ideal crunchy companion to the dish. If you can't find snapper, substitute another firm-fleshed fish. To get the recipe keep reading.
Tonight take a trip down to the bayou in the comforts of your own kitchen. This incredibly uncomplicated recipe takes key Cajun flavors and turns them into a classic, hearty dish. Rice is tossed with red beans and Creole seasoning before being topped with pan-seared snapper. If your local fish monger does not have snapper, simply substitute another flaky white fish. Sound enticing? Get the recipe when you read more
My favorite literary device is alliteration. Think back to high school English class and you may remember that alliteration is the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words. All last week I found myself telling people at the grocery store, at Starbucks, any old passerby: hope you have a magnificent Monday, a terrific Thursday, a wonderful Wednesday, etc. So when I stumbled across this recipe for spicy snapper sandwiches, I knew I had to make it simply because it's fabulously fun to say. Luckily the ingredients sound as intriguing as the name of this dish and this sandwich makes a quick, delicious, and unusual dinner. When was the last time you had spicy snapper sandwiches? If you answered never to that question (don't worry so did I!) get the recipe and experiment tonight - read more