Ready in 45 minutes
An amazing sauce to go atop any fish really. I also have used over pasta and received rave reviews. Add a little cornstarch and water if you'll be putting it over pasta or rice.
"Fresh snapper is plentiful here on the Gulf Coast so this recipe is a real winner. We like it over some Texmati rice.
The picture by Susan is truly wonderful also. "
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Brush the fish with olive oil, season with salt and pepper and grill for 2 minutes on each side. Remove and cover.
Heat olive oil in a non-corrosive saute pan over medium-high heat, add onions and garlic and cook until soft. Add wine and reduce. Add tomatoes, green olives, capers and pepper, sugar and bay leaf and bring to a boil and cook until thickened. Reduce heat, add grilled fish and cook for 2 minutes
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vashaleydaniels 7 months agoI say that it has a good texture
Kylej6 3 years agoMade this with frozen ocean perch, and it went over very well! Easy and qucik to put together, even on a busy night.
Equimom4 3 years agoMy whole family loved it. Have done it three times so far .
GregSteffen 5 years agoVery good recipe. However I made it with boneless, skinless chicken breasts. The sauce also works well with thin bone in pork chops. Yum!
TexasT 6 years agoLooks awesomely yummy! However, the cuisine should be Mexico, not Argentina... ;-) (Couldn't find how to change it.)
wwiggins 8 years agoI grilled fresh snapper in my smoker using oak and a bit of hickory. This recipe is a real winner!
mcrismon 8 years ago
promfh 8 years agoFresh snapper is plentiful here on the Gulf Coast so this recipe is a real winner. We like it over some Texmati rice. The picture by Susan is truly wonderful also.
susanjm 8 years agoThanks so much for this recipe. It's absolutely delicious! Next time, we will probably try it over pasta.
RexBoyle 8 years ago[I posted this recipe.]