Here is a simple blackened red snapper recipe that's quick, easy, and you can whip up in your kitchen in little to no time. If you're never cooked blackened fish or chicken before, I must warn you that this type of cooking can create a lot of smoke in your kitchen. Despite all the smoke that's produced when you cook blackened recipes, it's well worth the time and effort that you'll spend clearing the smoke from your kitchen. Red snapper is one of my favorites when it comes to blackening fish. I have tried this recipe many times and have always like the results. Give the recipe and try and see for yourself.
Blackened snapper is a delicious mild delicate flavored fish that can be served with a variety of side dishes depending on your individual taste and preference. You can blackened either the whole fish or just the red snapper fillets. Personally I prefer fillets for ease off cooking.
Whatever you decide just be sure to get the freshest fish you can find. That way you dish will be flakey and flavorful, just like it should be.
Cajun Seasoning Mix (Makes about 1/2 cup)
Serve with a side item of choice. I usually serve my fish with freshly boiled pasta and Alfredo sauce. However you can pair this delicious fish with whatever foods your little heart desires.
This recipe provided courtesy of http://www.soulfoodandsoutherncooking.com/