Delicious Lime & Chilli Roasted Snapper


Lime & Chili Roasted Snapper

Delicious Lime & Chilli Roasted Snapper

If you are a seafood fan, this is a must try recipe! It’s simple.delicious and healthy too.

RECIPE

Serves 4

4 x 500g plate-sized snapper fish,cleaned

2cm piece fresh ginger (10g)

2 cloves ginger, sliced thinly

8 fresh kaffir lime leaves

1 fresh long red chilli,sliced thinly

2 tbs peanut oil

 1 cup loosely packed fresh coriander leaves

Chilli Lime Dressing

1/3 cup (80ml) sweet chilli sauce

1/4 cup (60ml) fish sauce

1/4 cup (6oml) lime juice

2 tsp peanut oil

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Preheat oven to 240C /220 C fan-forced.

2. Rinse fish inside and out under cold water,pat dry with adsorbent paper.

3. Divide ginger,garlic,lime leaves and chilli among fish cavities; rub fish all over with oil.

4. Place fish in 2 shallow oiled baking dishes; roast,uncovered,about 15 minutes or until cooked through.

5. Meanwhile, place ingredients for chilli lime dressing in screw-top jar; shake well.

6. Drizzle fish with dressing, sprinkle with coriander. Serve with asian greens and steamed rice.

MY TIPS

Depending on your serve, adjust the ingredients accordingly and to your taste. I love garlic so I put 2 cloves in one fish instead of dividing it into 4 fish. When using kaffir lime leaves whole,rub them first between your fingers to open the cells in the leaf tissue and release their vivid flavour.

For other seafood recipes, please click the links below:

Simple

Garlic & Lemon Mussels

Ambitious

My combination of chicken,chorizo and seafood paella

Combination seafood & chicken paella


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