This Baked Snapper recipe with chilli, garlic and spring onions is easy and only requires 10 minutes of prep time. Baking the fish in foil keeps the fish incredibly moist. If you have a love for spicy, bold asian flavours and perfectly cooked fish then this is a must try recipe for you!
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Recipe by Christiana Argyrou from Seedoflife Health
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celsius
Finely slice the red chilli, red onion, garlic and spring onions. Use a teaspoon to peel the skin of the ginger, then finely slice
Place the snapper on a foil lined tray and place half the chilli, ginger and a couple of tablespoons of soy sauce inside the snapper
Spread the remaining ginger, garlic and red chilli on top of the snapper, pour over a couple more tablespoons of the soy sauce
Wrap the snapper in the foil and place in the oven for 15-20 minutes
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