Snapper with Asian vegetables in a bag

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If you are looking for a heart-healthy fish dish that's easy and delicious, try this recipe for snapper with Asian vegetables in a bag. Because it's prepared in a parchment bag, it's simple to make and there's no messy clean up.
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This recipe is courtesy of Red Lobster Senior Executive Chef Michael LaDuke.

Snapper with Asian vegetables in a bag

Serves 4

Sauce ingredients

  • 1/2 cup sweet chili sauce
  • 2 Tbsp fig preserves
  • 1 Tbsp soy sauce
  • 1 tsp garlic, chopped fine
  • 1 tsp ginger, peeled & chopped fine
  • 1/4 tsp Cajun seasoning

Fish ingredients

  • 8 sheets of parchment paper
  • 12 oz bag broccoli slaw
  • 1 red or yellow pepper, sliced thin
  • 4 each 5-6 oz Snapper fillets, skinless
  • nonstick cooking spray
  • salt and pepper, optional

Preparation

Layering the bag

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Spray each sheet of parchment paper lightly with nonstick cooking spray, one side only.
  3. Place broccoli slaw, peppers and 1/4 cup of the Asian garlic sauce in a bowl and stir well.
  4. Place 1/4 of the broccoli slaw mixture onto each of 4 of the parchment paper pieces. Top each with a piece of Snapper that has been seasoned with salt and pepper. Divide the remaining Asian garlic sauce between the 4 pieces of snapper.

Sealing the bag

  1. Place one sheet of the parchment paper, sprayed side down on top of each piece of snapper.
  2. Crimp the two sheets of parchment paper like a piecrust until the bottom and the top are completely sealed.
  3. Cook in 450 degree oven for 12 to 15 minutes

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Comments

Comments on "Snapper with Asian vegetables in a bag"

cooknshop September 30, 2008 | 6:04 PM

I had this and its yummy

Mrs. David Wyers September 24, 2008 | 12:19 PM

That's cool, and I am a PROFESSIONAL Chef and Senior Adviser to SeriousEats website, based in Clearwater, FL, where I live in a trailer house with "BigBear" and my dogs and cats. Additionally, I have been blogging for over 15 years, I owned a 4-star restaurant in Colorado, I now own the CassandraCrossing website, and I have been a book reviewer for Amazon and a critic for the Food Network. Now, that I have all of MY credentials on the table, I have to tell you that the fish in your photo does not look like genuine snapper. I suspect that it is tilapia. Here in Florida, we are used to seeing counterfeit fish. Thank you, Louise ("therealchiffonade") http://profiles.aim/chiff0nade

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