From grilled whole snapper to refreshing ceviche, here are seven terrific ways to cook with snapper this summer.
Chef Allen Susser prefers to use firm white-fleshed fish like red snapper for ceviche, because it keeps its shape well.
- Bahian Seafood Stew with Coconut and Tomato
- Grilled Fish with Artichoke Caponata
- Snapper with Black Beans and Bok Choy
F&W's Justin Chapple rubs a supertasty mix of crushed fennel seeds and grapefruit zest onto snapper before baking it on a bed of sweet roasted fennel.
Once you make the pink chile salt that seasons both the fish and the salad here, you'll want to have it on everything from raw and cooked summer vegetables to grilled bread, melons, mangoes and margaritas.
For his refreshing escabeche, F&W chef-in-residence Andrew Zimmern "pickles" pan-fried snapper in a lively citrus marinade with briny olives and roasted jalapeño.
Don't be intimated; throwing a whole fish on the grill is an easy and delicious way to feed a crowd.
This luxe seafood soup is served with amazing garlicky rouille.
Star chef Eric Ripert's light, healthy dish features a tropical version of what he calls sauce vierge, replacing the pickles capers and tomatoes he would typically use with papaya, mango and ginger.