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Topic: Help: Roasting Red Snapper? (Or any fish)
Posted By: goodm3
Subject: Help: Roasting Red Snapper? (Or any fish)
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 12:55pm
Ladies..i want to cook some Red Snapper tonight..

do anyone have any recipes on how to roast it an oven?


I LOOOVVEEE the Caribbean way of frying it but I need it be healthy. 



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Posted By: blaquefoxx
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 12:58pm
I can't imagine life without fried fish Disapprove




Posted By: bunzaveli
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:01pm
Originally posted by goodm3 goodm3 wrote:

Ladies..i want to cook some Red Snapper tonight..

do anyone have any recipes on how to roast it an oven?


I LOOOVVEEE the Caribbean way of frying it but I need it be healthy. 
broil it in sauce


Posted By: Brjasuga51
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:02pm

season your fish to your liking( if u want me to be specific.i will)

U can also stuff the fish with calalloo (spinach)
turn on oven 350
 
u can either wrap the fish in foil or use a foil pan
put a little butter on top of the fish
before wrapping
let it cook for 20 minutes.


Posted By: bunzaveli
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:03pm
i dont see how you're going to keep the fish moist in an oven.

snapper you either broil it in sauce (delicious), bbq it, or fry that sh*t.

i read about wrapping it up in aluminum foil and bake it, i tried it once, and it wasnt all that.




Posted By: Brjasuga51
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:08pm
Originally posted by bunzaveli bunzaveli wrote:

i dont see how you're going to keep the fish moist in an oven.

snapper you either broil it in sauce (delicious), bbq it, or fry that sh*t.

i read about wrapping it up in aluminum foil and bake it, i tried it once, and it wasnt all that.


by adding ...butter or margarine. Some people use a droplets of olive oil


Posted By: Gkisses
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:21pm
The oven is my least fav way to cook fish but its doable. Kinda depends on the type of fish and if its a whole fish or fillets as well.Grilling or frying for the win tho.


Posted By: goodm3
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:21pm
Originally posted by Brjasuga51 Brjasuga51 wrote:

season your fish to your liking( if u want me to be specific.i will)

U can also stuff the fish with calalloo (spinach)
turn on oven 350
 
u can either wrap the fish in foil or use a foil pan
put a little butter on top of the fish
before wrapping
let it cook for 20 minutes.

Yes! I do plan to put the fish in foil....

can you tell me how you season your fish...ive seen some vids on youtube where they stuff the fish with tomatoes and onions...don't know about that... 


Posted By: Brjasuga51
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:36pm
Originally posted by goodm3 goodm3 wrote:

Originally posted by Brjasuga51 Brjasuga51 wrote:

season your fish to your liking( if u want me to be specific.i will)

U can also stuff the fish with calalloo (spinach)
turn on oven 350
 
u can either wrap the fish in foil or use a foil pan
put a little butter on top of the fish
before wrapping
let it cook for 20 minutes.

Yes! I do plan to put the fish in foil....

can you tell me how you season your fish...ive seen some vids on youtube where they stuff the fish with tomatoes and onions...don't know about that... 
I use alot of dry seasoning
 
I use Grace seafood seasoning
Island Spice seafood seasoning
salt to taste
black pepper
cilantro
chopped onions
chopped garlic
I use scallion sometimes to substitute for the onion
I also grind up some pimento as well
and sometimes scotch bonnet pepper


Posted By: bunzaveli
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:37pm
garlic, green onions, green peppers, green habanero, maggi, little bit of water in a blender.



this is all assuming you're broiling/frying/grilling it


Posted By: Gkisses
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:43pm
Are u using a whole fish or fillets? Fillets need more help in the flavor department imo.


Posted By: NuAttitude
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:44pm
Originally posted by Brjasuga51 Brjasuga51 wrote:

Originally posted by goodm3 goodm3 wrote:

Originally posted by Brjasuga51 Brjasuga51 wrote:

season your fish to your liking( if u want me to be specific.i will)

U can also stuff the fish with calalloo (spinach)
turn on oven 350
 
u can either wrap the fish in foil or use a foil pan
put a little butter on top of the fish
before wrapping
let it cook for 20 minutes.

Yes! I do plan to put the fish in foil....

can you tell me how you season your fish...ive seen some vids on youtube where they stuff the fish with tomatoes and onions...don't know about that... 
I use alot of dry seasoning
 
I use Grace seafood seasoning
Island Spice seafood seasoning
salt to taste
black pepper
cilantro
chopped onions
chopped garlic
I use scallion sometimes to substitute for the onion
I also grind up some pimento as well
and sometimes scotch bonnet pepper
Hmmmm I don't really like whole fish but this I might try!!!  Sounds good


Posted By: Rumbera
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:47pm

I often "roast" mine in a banana leaf.

 
Wash & Clean the leaf, lay the fillets inside, add some olive oil, bell peppers (red, green, yellow, orange), yellow onions, seasoning, cilantro. Wrap it up and bake in the oven.
 
The leaf just cooks it perfectly and keep it moist.
 
Or i'll make fish in escabeche sauce wrapped in the banana leaf and cooked in the oven. You can also make this on the stove.
 
Escabeche sauce;
3 medium sized onions
2 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp Salt
4 cup olive oil
1 bay leaf
2 green pepper, or one 1 red and 1 green roasted, peeled and cut in strips
4 cups Spanish Sherry vinegar
1/2 cup pimento stuffed olives
 
You can also top you steam on top of an oven.


Posted By: NJHairLuv
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:49pm
i want some escoviteich fish right now...


Posted By: trudawg
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:51pm
I wouldn't mind having some pink snapper tonight though!Evil Smile


Posted By: Brjasuga51
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:52pm
OP...u can also steam the fish and use coconut milk in a sauce pan. Add broccoli and red potato


Posted By: Rumbera
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 1:55pm
Originally posted by bunzaveli bunzaveli wrote:

garlic, green onions, green peppers, green habanero, maggi, little bit of water in a blender.


this is all assuming you're broiling/frying/grilling it
 
add some culantro y cilantro and you have PR recaito..LOL


Posted By: NuAttitude
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 2:19pm
Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

I often "roast" mine in a banana leaf.

 
Wash & Clean the leaf, lay the fillets inside, add some olive oil, bell peppers (red, green, yellow, orange), yellow onions, seasoning, cilantro. Wrap it up and bake in the oven.
 
The leaf just cooks it perfectly and keep it moist.
 
Or i'll make fish in escabeche sauce wrapped in the banana leaf and cooked in the oven. You can also make this on the stove.
 
Escabeche sauce;
3 medium sized onions
2 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp Salt
4 cup olive oil
1 bay leaf
2 green pepper, or one 1 red and 1 green roasted, peeled and cut in strips
4 cups Spanish Sherry vinegar
1/2 cup pimento stuffed olives
 
You can also top you steam on top of an oven.
Where do you get the banana leaf from?


Posted By: callmeDEva
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 2:20pm
I always bake my fish on high - around 450 degrees for about 15 min than broil it at the end for about 3 min. Always comes out perfect


Posted By: goodm3
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 2:32pm
Originally posted by Brjasuga51 Brjasuga51 wrote:

OP...u can also steam the fish and use coconut milk in a sauce pan. Add broccoli and red potato

my plan was to have red potatoes and broccoli on the side.... 


Posted By: goodm3
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 2:33pm
Originally posted by NuAttitude NuAttitude wrote:

Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

I often "roast" mine in a banana leaf.

 
Wash & Clean the leaf, lay the fillets inside, add some olive oil, bell peppers (red, green, yellow, orange), yellow onions, seasoning, cilantro. Wrap it up and bake in the oven.
 
The leaf just cooks it perfectly and keep it moist.
 
Or i'll make fish in escabeche sauce wrapped in the banana leaf and cooked in the oven. You can also make this on the stove.
 
Escabeche sauce;
3 medium sized onions
2 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp Salt
4 cup olive oil
1 bay leaf
2 green pepper, or one 1 red and 1 green roasted, peeled and cut in strips
4 cups Spanish Sherry vinegar
1/2 cup pimento stuffed olives
 
You can also top you steam on top of an oven.
Where do you get the banana leaf from?

yeah...where do you get banana leaf.. 


Posted By: Rumbera
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 4:07pm
Any grocer  that caters to latinos, filipinos or pacific islanders.


Posted By: goodm3
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 4:13pm
Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

Any grocer  that caters to latinos, filipinos or pacific islanders.

thank you!


Posted By: Rumbera
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 5:12pm
http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&docid=S029zpH1Hi54WM&tbnid=cARFEx_aw4LoTM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.livingmividaloca.com%2F2011%2F08%2Fgrocery-shopping-with-my-mom.html&ei=L6n_U6j7DsnaoASx5IGwBw&bvm=bv.74115972,d.cGU&psig=AFQjCNHu5R_-rh-PnTOUzjLJzrLTD9Il7A&ust=1409350304498762" rel="nofollow">
 
it should be wrapped up like this..very inexpensive


Posted By: Rumbera
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 5:14pm
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-ZMMOp0q-gng/TkNNaGtz6KI/AAAAAAAABI4/q5yUuSwb2AY/s1600/DSC01979.JPG" rel="nofollow">banana leaves


Posted By: Rumbera
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 5:17pm
Let me know how it works out for you ladies... de nada !


Posted By: NuAttitude
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 5:18pm
Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

Any grocer  that caters to latinos, filipinos or pacific islanders.
Thanks Rum....I know just where to go....


Posted By: coconess
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 5:18pm
cute bunz…. 





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