When making red snapper, the fish is so flavorful as it is. for this This recipe for Broiled Red snapper with Asian-Style Gremolata, the snapper is broiled quickly with just a little salt and pepper. The second half of the recipe involves making an asian-style gremolata that uses cilantro and lime rather than the traditional parsley and lemon. Just that little change in the gremolata makes all the difference and adds a great fresh flavors to the fish. This a great simple dish that is gourmet and can be made within 20 minutes.
In a bowl, bowl mix the minced garlic, chopped cilantro, 3 tablespoon olive oil, lime zest and lime juice. Set aside. I find if you chop both of the cilantro and garlic together works well and saves time in the kitchen.
Arrange the fish fillets skin side down on a greased sheet pan. Brush the remaining olive oil on the fish. Sprinkle the fillets with the salt and pepper.
Turn your oven on to the broiler setting. Arrange the top rack to about 6-8” below the broiler. Once the oven is hot, broil the fish for 5-8 minutes until the fish is cooked and tender. Transfer the fish to a platter and spoon the cilantro mixture over the fish and serve immediately.
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