Jamaican Steamed Snapper Recipe

Jamaican steamed fish recipe - lightly seasoned red snapper steamed with an assortment of bell peppers and onions with a side serving of …

Rating: 5/5(7)
Total Time: 45 mins
Category: Main Entree
Calories: 542 per serving
1. Cut the lime in half and then proceed to rub the lime halves over the inside and outside of the fish. Squeeze down so the juice from the lime is expelled onto the flesh.
2. Rinse the fish directly under cold water, open the cavity to ensure the inside is thoroughly clean.
3. Pat the fish dry then place on a plastic chopping board.
4. Use a knife to create two shallow diagonal clashes on each of the fish.

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The most popular types of Jamaican steamed fish are red snapper, goatfish, and parrotfish. The fish is usually steamed with vegetables of choice, including, okra, pumpkin, carrots, and bell pepper. There are several ways to prepare this dish. However, in this recipe, I use pumpkin-flavored soup mix to add a little extra flavour! Prep: 15 minutes

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In a medium-size Dutch pot, pour the oil, add the seasoned fish, onion, hot and sweet peppers, scallion, thyme and okra. add the water. Put Dutch pot on high heat, cover pot and steam fish for 4 minutes. Add more salt if …

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There is something special about Jamaican style steamed fish. Though this recipe can be made using any firm white fish, Snapper is one of the most …

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Fancy's Jamaican Steamed Fish Directions. Pour fish stock in a large skillet and bring to a boil. Add Irish potato, pumpkin and okra; cover and leave to simmer …

Servings: 4

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Place a pot on medium heat and add the scotch bonnet pepper, onions, scallion, thyme, garlic, pimento, carrots, okras, pumpkin, coconut oil …

Cuisine: Jamaican
Category: Main Course
Servings: 2
Calories: 465 per serving
1. Wash to in wash with lime juice and vinegar. Drain away the water
2. Combine the salt and pepper and use it season the fish
3. Place a pot on medium heat and add the scotch bonnet pepper, onions, scallion, thyme, garlic, pimento, carrots, okras, pumpkin, coconut oil and the fish tea soup mix/fish stock.
4. Cover and let is simmer for 10 to 15 minutes

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Place fish in a large bowl or saucepan then season with salt, garlic, ginger, thyme and white or black pepper. Mix fish with a spoon or with …

Rating: 4.9/5(14)
Total Time: 30 mins
Category: Main
Calories: 564 per serving
1. Rinse fish; carefully, drain, and pat dry with paper towels or a clean towel rub with lemon or lime.
2. Place fish in a large bowl or saucepan then season with salt, garlic, ginger, thyme and white or black pepper
3. Mix fish with a spoon or with hands until they are well coated, set aside in the fridge and marinate for 30 minutes or overnight
4. Heat Large Skillet with about 1 tablespoon or more oil then add garlic, paprika, thyme, onion, all spice and onions. Stir for about two minutes.

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Season with fish seasoning or salt and pepper. • Wash and cut okras in half. • Cut carrot into thin slices. • Chop garlic, scallion and thyme into small pieces. Cut onion into rings. • Add coconut milk to large skillet and bring to boil. • Add …

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Add thyme, tomato ketchup, lime juice and 1/2 cup of hot water; stir. 4. Place fish in pan and; add 1/2 cup hot water and spoon vegetables and sauce over fish. 5. Cover pan, reduce heat to Medium and cook for 5 minutes. 6. Turn fish and cook covered for 5 more minutes, or until done. Serve with steamed rice and a green salad.

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Season fish evenly with salt and black pepper. Melt butter in a medium-sized saucepan over a medium flame. Add tomatoes, bell pepper, okras, garlic, thyme, and scotch …

1. Clean fish in a solution of lemon juice and water (You can use 1 tbsp of white vinegar as a substitute for lemon juice). Let fish dry (Use paper towels to dry fish, until water is absorbed in paper towels).
2. Season fish evenly with salt and black pepper.
3. Melt butter in a medium-sized saucepan over a medium flame.
4. Add tomatoes, bell pepper, okras, garlic, thyme, and scotch bonnet pepper to saucepan.

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The Best Jamaican Snapper Fish Recipes on Yummly Frejon (coconut Milk And Bean Soup) With Whole Fried Snapper, All In One Fish And Chips, Jamaican Steamed Fish

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Jamaican steamed snapper and okra - Jamaican Cookery. Jamaican steamed snapper and okra - Jamaican Cookery. Date Added: 7/31/2019 Source: www.jamaicancookery.com Public Recipe Share. Click …

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Place scallions, tomato, onion, thyme, and bell pepper in a mixing bowl. Add a little salt and pepper to taste. Mix them thoroughly. Add your fish and rub your seasoning into the fish. Let marinate for about 1 hour. Add vegetable oil to a large saucepan over a medium flame and let heat. Once the pan is heated add your scotch bonnet peppers and

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A quick and easy steamed red snapper on the grill.Escovitch Fish Recipe:https://youtu.be/mjsxR1AhEo4Follow Elsisco on Instagram @_Elsisco & ElsiscoTv

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METHOD: Clean and wash fish with lime juice , drain on paper towel. Season fish with salt and pepper. Wash and cut okras in slices julienne carrot, cho-cho and onion. Chop garlic, scallion and thyme into small pieces. In a pre heated skillet add butter and vegetables sautee for 3 minutes. Add coconut milk, hot pepper and pimento berries to

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Steamed Fish is certainly one of Jamaica’s favorite dishes. The most popular types of fish to steam are red snapper and parrot fish. It is usually steamed with vegetables of choice, including, okra, pumkpin, carrots, etc. There are many ways to prepare this dish, however, In this recipe, Whitney uses pumpkin flavoured soup mix to add a little extra flavour!

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Add enough cooking oil to a frying pan at high heat. Step 5. Once the oil is smoking hot, add chopped garlic, the whole bonnet peppers and pimento berries. Step 6. Add the fish and fry until both sides are golden brown. Step 7. …

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