Mustard Roasted Snapper


I've watched Ina Garten make this dish eleventy times. No, for reals. The Food Network reruns this episode an absurd amount of times. And every time I watch it I think to myself, that looks stupid good and I should make it. Well, eleventy times later I did! It is good, sort of tastes like a healthy, non-fried version of fish and chips. But I have a few things to say...

First, I used non-fat Greek yogurt instead of creme fraiche, and I think that was a mistake. It ended up curdling a bit, and I don't think it would of had I opted for the fattier stuff. Secondly, the recipe calls to cook it for 10-15 minutes. I think 12 is perfect, and yet I freaked out and cooked it for 14. Overdone, sigh. Finally, Ina smothers her fish in the sauce and I think it's too much. Even though the flavors are superb, I ended up scraping some of it off.

Here's the recipe. A really basic and simple fish dinner with great flavor!


agalandherdog said...

Well, this sounds amazing.

Design Wine and Dine said...

Funny! Almost made this 100x but it always seems to get usurped last minute. I'm not a huge fan of snapper but bet this would work with any fish! Love Ina's recipe, thanks!

Taj Acosta said...

haha I've seen this elenty times too! Maybe you've convinced me to make it as it looks delishy!!xoxo


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