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Baked Red Snapper with Garlic and Herbs (2 Servings)




  1. Collect the necessary cooking ingredients before the commencement of the cooking process. In the meantime, heat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Spray a baking dish with nonstick cooking spray and arrange the snapper filets inside it.
  3. Melt the butter, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, Creole seasoning blend, parsley, pepper, and chives (if you’re using it) in a skillet. Cook the mixture for 2 minutes over low heat to combine all the flavors.
  4. Brush the herb and butter mixture on the two sides of the snapper filets.
  5. Combine the breadcrumbs, remaining butter mixture, and Parmesan cheese (if you’re using it) in a mixing bowl.
  6. Spread an equal amount of the resulting breadcrumb mixture over each filet. Spread the mixture out evenly with your hands and press it well on the surfaces of the filets.
  7. According to the thickness of the files you’re working with, bake for 12 minutes in a preheated oven. When the fish is done, it should have an opaque quality and flake readily with a fork.
  8. Serve your cooked filets according to your preferences and enjoy your meal.

If you’d like more interesting ideas to try with red snapper filets, we suggest that you look at this video recipe.


  • This baked recipe for red snapper filets can easily be doubled, tripled, or quadrupled for a family lunch. If you’re managing your saturated fat intake, feel free to substitute the extra-virgin olive oil for up to half the amount of melted butter used in the recipe.
  • You may choose to serve your baked filets with roasted potatoes or quinoa as a grain, or you could try a steamed green vegetable, such as green beans.
  • You can also use another delicate white fish in place of red snapper in the recipe. Good selections include haddock, tilapia, pollock, and cod. Remember that the cooking time may need to be adjusted based on the fish type and how thick the filets are.
  • Author: Bobby