New Year’s resolution number one: go back to eating healthy, the party’s over! I’m always looking for interesting fish ideas and this recipe in the January issue of Food & Wine Magazine just jumped off the page. Jonathan Waxman is known for mastering the perfect roasted chicken … and I’d say he’s also mastered this delicious Asian influenced red snapper recipe. Red Snapper in a snap!
Divas “dish” on Mimi’s dish. I had to make a number of changes in this recipe. I couldn’t find fermented black beans (or black bean sauce) so I skipped that ingredient. Even though it’s not a substitute, I added a dash of fish sauce. The store had no small bok choy so I just bought the large. Finally, I had no rosé wine, so I used a dry but creamy chardonnay. Even with all these changes, the meal was so good it’s now on my list of “go to” fish dishes. Sue. My husband and I love red snapper so, I’ll definitely be trying out this recipe. I’m pretty impressed with Mimi’s substitutions … she’s usually “by the book” so this was pretty daring for her!