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Rec: Red Snapper Veracruzana. I use this recipe all the time, adapting it to
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Posted to Thread #24507 at 11:07 am on Jun 17, 2013
my whims at the moment. I often use tilapia and usually just nestle the fish down into the sauce and cook til it's done. Good stuff.
Red Snapper Veracruzana
1 pound snapper or other white firm fish
3 whole limes, juiced
6 oz water
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 whole onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, mashed
1 dash cumin
1 dash pepper
3 tablespoons capers with juice
1/3 cup spanish olives with juice, chopped
1 whole bay leaf
3 whole tomatoes, chopped
jalapenos or serranos to taste, chopped big
1 cup dry white wine
Marinate fish in lime juice water and salt for 1/2 hour. Drain and place fish in a lightly oiled baking dish.
Preheat oven to 350F.
In a large pan, saute all ingredients for sauce. Pour the sauce over the fish. Bake for 15 - 20 minutes or until fish is opaque.
Serve with boiled potatoes. Can also be made with shrimp.
Source: Sandra in London
Patís notes: Easy and tasty. The second time I made it was even better. Sauteed the sauce ingredients (cutting back on the wine to about 1/2 cup and omitted cumin) then placed fish fillets (perch) and shrimp on top and nestled down into the sauce a little. Allowed them to cook in the sauce, turning once. Was absolutely delicious. Hubby kept going wow over the dish. Served with jasmine rice and steamed zucchini.
Other messages in this thread:
- 24507. Any Tilapia recipes? We always do the same, blackened or with a lemon sauce - deb-in-MI - 8:35am on 06/17/13 (21)
- THis is really good; a number of us on eat.at have enjoyed it. Rec: mediterranian fish [LINK] - barb_b - 9:19am on 06/17/13
- This was delicious! I didn't have all the ingredients - deb-in-MI - 6:08am on 06/19/13
- Glad you enjoyed it! So easy and so pretty! [NT] - barb_b - 6:52am on 06/19/13
- Perfect; thank you! [NT] - deb-in-MI - 10:08am on 06/17/13
- We like tilapia as well. Here are a few of my go-to recipes. Rec: Grilled Fish Tacos [LINK] - Pat-NoCal - 11:03am on 06/17/13
- Rec: Pan-Seared Tilapia with Chile Lime Butter - Pat-NoCal - 11:03am on 06/17/13
- Oh yeah! I didn't like this at all!! - Michael in Sarasota - 6:58pm on 06/17/13
- :-) [NT] - Pat-NoCal - 11:42pm on 06/17/13
- Rec: Spicy Sauteed Fish with Olives and Cherry Tomatoes - Pat-NoCal - 11:04am on 06/17/13
- They all sound good; thank you! We eat it weekly so these are a big help:) [NT] - deb-in-MI - 11:06am on 06/17/13
- Rec: Red Snapper Veracruzana. I use this recipe all the time, adapting it to - Pat-NoCal - 11:07am on 06/17/13
- This is one of my all time favorite recipes. I love Veracruzana-style dishes. - Dawn_MO - 12:08pm on 06/17/13
- I'm printing this out for a nice piece of halibut. [NT] - AngAk1 - 2:04pm on 06/17/13
- On the list to try are these as well.... - Pat-NoCal - 11:13am on 06/17/13
- I don't like tilapia, but here's a recipe from my to-try list that can be used for tilapia: - Meryl - 4:47pm on 06/17/13
- Here's another from my to-try list: Egyptian Red Snapper in Red Pepper-Mint Sauce [LINK] - Meryl - 4:56pm on 06/17/13
- Grilled tilapia with Mango Salsa is excellent. [LINK] - Lana in FL - 7:08pm on 06/17/13
- Tilapia Species Taste Variation - Richard in Cincy - 9:16am on 06/18/13
- I also use tilapia, mostly because it does not taste "fishy"...but read on, as it may not be as [LINK] - judy-mass - 8:31am on 06/19/13
- I only buy wild caught fish, every time I read about farmed fish it turns my stomach. - LisainLA - 9:38pm on 06/19/13