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This was very quick and easy but tasted like I know what I'm doing. I didn't have sliced almonds handy so I put some fresh rosemary into the wine while it was reducing then put some on top of the fish the last few minutes of cooking. Even my teenage son who hates fish thought it was good.
I made this for my partner for Valentine's Day and he enjoyed it. It is a simple garlic wine sauce so using a good quality Riesling and very fresh snapper are key. A wonderful simple yet elegant dish. Thanks for sharing!
The only change I made was to squeeze lemon over the fish in the pan near the end of the cooking. I also served it with a lemon wedge on each plate for individual taste. Make sure to watch the pan carefully after the heat is turned to high. I'm wondering of medium high would be a better temp for fillets tsagty are a bit thick.
I was very tempted to tweak this recipe - it just seemed too simple with so few ingredients. I am SO glad that I didn't however. It was excellent! The blending of flavors was amazing and took me by surprise. We really enjoyed it and I will definitely be making it again.