West African Style Red Snapper


Red snapper

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West African Style Red Snapper
Baked Red Snapper Recipe
Course Main Dish
Cuisine West African
Prep Time 20 Minutes
Cook Time 45 Minutes
Passive Time 30-45 Minutes
Servings
Person
Ingredients
Course Main Dish
Cuisine West African
Prep Time 20 Minutes
Cook Time 45 Minutes
Passive Time 30-45 Minutes
Servings
Person
Ingredients
Baked Red Snapper Recipe
Instructions
  1. Put your ingredients of ginger, garlic, onions, all seasoning, oil, and water in a blender and blend till its smooth.
  2. Then, take your mix and rub it generously on your red snapper.
  3. When you are done let your red snapper sit for 30-45 minutes before placing in a conventional oven pre-heated at 350 degrees.
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28 thoughts on “West African Style Red Snapper

  1. Chrinstine

    Hi there! This blog post could not be written any better!
    Looking through this post reminds me of my previous roommate!
    He constantly kept preaching about this. I will forward this post to him.
    Fairly certain he’ll have a very good read. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Thanks for contributing Chrinstine!

  2. Aish Das-Padihari

    My husband loves fish and I’m beginning to like fish as well. I will try your recipe.

    1. Fred Nonterah

      I’m glad you like it, let me know how it goes when you try it.

  3. Dene' V. Alexander

    Really cool that the fish is rubbed down with the seasoning mixture. Never done fish like that before, would like to try this method!!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Let me know how it goes Dene’… Thanks for stopping by.

  4. jacquee | i sugar coat it!

    So many of your posts remind me of the meals my grandma makes. I have not had red snapper in a while. The spices all sounds absolutely delicious in this recipe.

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Oh wow, your grandma? Good to know that :). Thanks for stopping!

  5. Marie-Pierre Breton

    I love a simple fish with a lightly perfumed with ginger and garlic sounds great! Yum!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Thanks a lot Marie-Pierre!

  6. Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy

    There is always that great presentation when you cook a fish whole like this. Love the sound of the spice. Red Snapper is such a great fish to eat too.

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Thanks Gloria!

  7. Leslie-Anne

    I really like the idea of making a marinade before baking the fish. The flavours sound great and I love preparing fish whole like this!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      I’m glad you like it Leslie-Anne! Thanks for stopping by!

  8. Sarah James @ Tales From The Kitchen Shed

    I love how you’ve cooked the Red Snapper whole, I bet it’s delicious with the adobo spices and ginger and garlic. I bet it would work well on a BBQ.

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Thanks a lot!

  9. Sarah

    Your recipes never fail to impress me! This is another that I really want to try at home! Can’t wait to see what you share next!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Thanks Sarah, I’m glad you like it!

  10. Jacqueline (PiperCooks)

    Another cool recipe Fred, you always have such interesting ideas. I’ve never made a whole fish but I really think I’ll have to try it!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Thanks Jacqueline!

  11. Lynne

    I love cooking whole fish and this seasoning sounds terrific, as usual! I’m thinking that it would be good on other white-fleshed fish, too. What do you think?

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Yes Lynne it will be good on other white-fleshed fish. Thanks for stopping by!

  12. Manju | Cooking Curries

    I don’t eat fish but that recipe looks simple enough that I can make it for my family!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Yes, it is quite simple. Thanks a lot!

  13. Nicole

    Every now and then I can get my hands on some really fresh red snapped – usually when we go to Florida. And we love to cook it whole. This sounds awesome. The ginger, garlic and adobo mix are right up my alley!

    1. Fred Nonterah

      I use that combination in almost all my recipes, I’m glad you’re a fan of them too. Thanks Nicole!

  14. Jackie Garvin

    I love the spice blend you use here. Your use of ginger on fish is unexpected. I need to expand my horizons and think of savory applications for ginger. Red snapper is my favorite. Now I’m craving.

    1. Fred Nonterah

      Red snapper is the best, you should try using ginger you’ll love it!


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