A jerk snapper recipe that can save your dinner
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The first thing to remember about shopping for whole fish is knowing the right characteristics to look for, namely clear and bright eyes and bright gills. Ask the fish seller to clean the fish but leave the head on for your feast later on.
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On a baking sheet, drizzle some olive oil and add a few cut-up pieces of tomatoes. Don’t be afraid to explore different tomato varieties, recommends Candice Horbacz. Cook for around 20 minutes inside a 450-degree oven, and you know it’s ready when it looks wonderful and flaky. Don’t be afraid to get creative with your jerk marinade, too, and pair your whole fish with a wide array of side dishes.
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