Baked snapper is awesome, and baked snapper with tomato sauce is even better.
As soon as the new year came about I noticed that the majority of visitors to Diverse Dinners were searching for “baked” food recipes. It was clear to me that people have started to do their best to adhere to a more healthy diet after the holidays, and I want to make sure I supply the demand.
Baked snapper with tomato sauce is a yummy dish. The snapper is full of flavor and the sauce is a zesty complement. All you need is a hearty helping of veggies and a glass or two of wine.
It is almost impossible for me to eat fish without a glass of wine, I paired this meal with a glass of Chablis. You can do the same, any unoaked Chardonnay will do, or alternatively, a nice Pinot Grigio.
I planned on abstaining from meat in January, but I failed miserably as I’ve been celebrating my mother’s 80th birthday. You would laugh if you saw my plate on Saturday night. I had a huge serving of lamb at American Cut, but it wasn’t a lamb chop, it was a lamb porterhouse steak, bone in. A wonderful piece of meat, really tasty.
I could only manage to eat one third of the lamb porterhouse steak at the restaurant. I ate the other two thirds over two days in the form of tacos, and they were good! American Cut serves some truly hearty cuts of meat.
After eating all that meat last week, I’m suffering the need for more. The cold weather has me yearning for comfort food every night. Perhaps I’ll start my fish only diet in February, and move on to a healthier diet. Well, maybe!
Baked snapper with tomato sauce is the one, if you are looking for a nice baked fish dish, to keep your diet on the healthy side. Give it a try, and share with friends.