Living in South Florida Snapper has become one of my favorite fish and I have collected many recipes on how to cook Florida Snapper, but this is one of my favorites!
Snapper has a very mild flavor and perhaps even sweetness to it. The flesh of a Snapper is semi-firm in texture and most recipes call for snapper fillets to be skinless although some people like to cook the entire fish with skin on.
Baked Snapper with Peach-Mango Salsa
This Snapper Recipe should take about 25 minutes total and will feed 4 people.
1 ½ lb of Snapper fillets
¼ teaspoon salt
1/8th teaspoon pepper
1 (16-oz) container peach-mango salsa (I mix and match different brands and flavors)
1 cup fresh mango (or peaches depending on your preference), diced
1-tablespoon cilantro, chopped
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Season Snapper fillets with salt and pepper then place fillets on a baking sheet. Top the fillets w with the salsa and then bake for about 12-14 minutes or until the Snapper fillets are opaque and separate easily with a fork.
Put the fresh mango or peaches on the fillets and then sprinkle them with Cilantro
Nutritional information for this Snapper recipe:
Calories per serving: 230 cal;
Fat: 2.5 g
Cholesterol: 60 mg
Sodium: 570 mg
Carb: 14 g
Fiber: 1 g