Sounds like Provencal dishes to me. You could simply grill the fish and add a saute of your favorite veggies- garlic, onion, green and red peppers. Or try spooning some ratatouille on top. Don't forget the capers! They go well with those vegetables. :lips:
For an Asian flavor, add ginger and change the oil from olive to plain vegetable, sesame or peanut oil.
I use the George Forman grill to cook the fish, then augment with whatever flavors I'm in the mood for.
Anybody else have some ideas?
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Or think Mexican: Red Snapper Veracruz Style is sauteed fillets with a sauce of tomatoes, onion, garlic, cinnamon, cloves, jalapenos, and lemon juice. I'll bet if you go to the recipe websites and do a search on "seafood" and "Mexican" you'll come up with a lot.
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How about a sundried / ovendried tomato basil crust ? Process tomatoes and basil with some olive oil and spead a thin crust over the cooked fish and sprinkle with some bread crums and brown under broiler..I used to serve it with scrod and it was a big seller