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This was spectacular! We grilled it because it's summer. We also used filets because I bought the fish first looked for a recipe second. My hubby NOT a big fish fan said it is 5-star restaurant quality. Definitely make again!
Had this tonight and it exceeded my expectations! The ginger made it really hot and spicy and i didnt even put the full amount. I'm giving it just a 4 because i need about 10 minutes more cooking time and i found that the soy sauce was too much.
Fantastic recipe! I did do some slight changes - added chopped ginger and extended the cooking time by 15 mins because the fish was undercooked at 20 minutes when I opened the foil. I also reduced the soy sauce from 1/3 cup to 1/4 cup to make it less salty. Overall a great Chinese-restaurant style dish!
I had a bag of red snapper that was frozen together in a clump that I had already cooked plain on low in a crockpot. Found this recipe as I was looking for something to jazz up the plain fish. I made a sauce with all the ingredients including that I juiced the lemon and lime instead of using slices. It was so delicious! I would definitely make again.