Tuesday 17 August 2010

Red Snapper on the BBQ

Cooking fish on the BBQ is so easy as you essientially will steam your fish in tin foil and all you need to prepare is the fish and the marinate. When cooking place the fish a hot BBQ, the coals should be burned through and the heat should be consistent throughout the process.

Check out this whole Red Snapper recipe for a Summer dinner on a BBQ. As with most of Food Devil dishes it is actually not that hard at all..

1 whole red snapper
1 large clove of garlic
1 inch fresh ginger
2 red chillis
2 spring onions
Fresh Coriander
100ml Light Soy Sauce
Aluminum Foil
Butter for foil

Cooking utensils
Chopping board
Sharp knife
Small bowl


- Completely wash out your Snapper inside & out. Also de-scale the outside of the fish
- Chop up garlic, ginger, chilli, spring onion & coriander
- Combine juice of lemon with Soy sauce and all the chopped ingredients in a small bowl
- Butter one side of a large piece of Aluminum foil (this will stop the snapper sticking)

- Score the Snapper on each side so that the marinade can soak in during the cooking process

- Place your squeezed lemon pieces in the middle of the Snapper

- Cover Snapper completely in the Soy/Lemon/Spices marinate

- Seal completely in the foil and turn and seal again in another piece of foil, keeping all the juices inside


- To cook place on a hot BBQ and turn after 7 minutes and cook for a further 7 minutes

- Before serving open on BBQ and check that fish is cooked 

- Serve with Rice and Salad


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