Servings: 4 as a first course.
Fish cooked with salt doesn’t taste salty, just well seasoned. The salt helps keep the fish moist and allows you to cook it without adding fat to the pan. Shrimp makes a good substitute for the snapper.
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Serve alongside herby, lemony rice.
Sounded promising, did not work out for me at all. Partially my fault, as I did not cut the fish into pieces before cooking, so the skin curled and it wouldn't lay flat when I flipped it. Ended up still underdone after cooking much longer, and way too salty. Threw out the fish and had the salad dressed with a little lemon balsamic vinegar. Warm fish and pan juices dressing did not sound appealing to me.
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