Blackened Snapper


This blackened snapper recipe is simple to make. Just coat with the seasoning and cook in butter.

4 (6-ounces) of snapper fillets

ΒΌ cup of Creole Seasoning

2 tablespoons of unsalted butter, melted

Brush the snapper fillets with the melted unsalted butter. Coat the fish with the Creole seasoning.

Heat a large cast iron skillet over medium high heat. When very hot, add the fish and cook until done about 3 minutes for each side.

Serve immediately. Serve as is or with a Remoulade sauce.

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