For this quick and easy whole yellowtail snapper recipes, stuff a whole yellowtail snapper with corn, shrimp, fennel and scallions and cook in the olive oil over medium heat. Once cooked, remove from the oil and allow to cool, then cut into two pieces. Lay the pieces on a cutting board and squeeze the juices out of them. Cut them into 3-inch pieces and serve immediately. Makes a great lunch or dinner!
I was looking for some delicious, easy, yet flavorful whole yellowtail snapper recipes. I knew that there are many different styles of frying fish, but I wanted something that was not difficult to make as well. My search came up with only one recipe so far. The recipe called for shrimp, breadcrumbs and garlic, dredged and batter fried. I had never cooked it before, so I started to do my research. In my search I found that this recipe is easy to make but the secret to the flavors is in the breadcrumbs.
To make the breadcrumbs, I purchased some cuban mojo at the grocery store. It is an all purpose bread crumb maker. I used the breadcrumbs to create some awesome crackers. I took a teaspoon of the cuban mojo, grounded it and then ground some garlic and onion together. Next, I added the bread crumbs to the shrimp and let them sit for about five minutes. The shrimp should be fully cooked when you flip them.
Yellowtail snapper recipes can be spiced up by placing a small bowl of seasoned rice in a large sauce pan and slowly adding in three tablespoons of mustard seeds, one teaspoon of black pepper and a quarter teaspoon of salt. Allow the mixture to heat up for about five minutes, stirring occasionally. When it begins to steam, add in your prepared shrimp and cover until it is fully cooked. Serve with lemon wedges and enjoy.
For a sweet and sour variation of the original recipe, you will substitute sour cream for the mayonnaise. To make this dish, you will need: two pounds of shrimp, four cups of preheat barbecue sauce, two tablespoons of lime juice, two tablespoons of sugar, two tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce, a cup of corn flour, a tablespoon of celery, and approximately two tablespoons of lemon juice. These items can be found at any store either in a pasteurized bag or in a small bowl.
To make stuffed whole yellowtail snapper recipes show up on the dining table, place the shrimp and the corn on a single piece of aluminum foil. Cover with the rest of the ingredients, except for the tomato sauce if using, and bake at 350 until the shrimp are fully cooked. Once done, remove the foil and allow the shrimp to sit for three minutes. Uncover and flute the shrimp and sauce into individual serving bowls. Then, add your final ingredients and toss.
Serving sizes for these recipes can vary. A full serving of these dishes can vary from serving size of a half to full. Some people like their food a little thicker than others. For example, some like their chicken fried steak served on a hot dog while others prefer it on a bed of raw vegetables. Some people like their dips a little thicker than others while others need a thicker mix of dip for their shrimp cocktail.
There are so many options when it comes to making these dishes. If you are looking for something to serve for a company picnic or tailgate party, then one of these recipes might be something that would fit the bill. If you are looking for something a bit different for dinner at your home, then make it this way so you will have something delicious to take home after a long day at work. The next time you are at the store, look for one of these recipes and try it out for yourself. You might be surprised at how good some of these dishes actually are.