We made this recipe using tilapia and adding a bit of garlic powder to the rub. We also added a tablespoon of honey to the chipotle butter. Not bad at all, but a little on the spicy side. We rounded out this meal with sauteed spinach with garlic and some roasted potatoes. We'd make this one again.
Baked Snapper with Chipotle Butter
cheeapet99 Posted: 01/31/10
annabanana177 Posted: 07/22/09
Didn't need to cook it for 15 minutes, maybe 12. Great with a baked potato and asparagus.
lwright Posted: 03/12/09
Hubby and I loved this recipe. The ony change I made was I used a little garlic powder to the spice mixture. I would make this for guest because it is quick and easy. One would be able to spend more time with your guest. Served with asparagus and baked potato. I used Talapia. Could not find Snapper.
nkgler Posted: 12/16/10
Okay, so this was one of my favorite recipes I've ever made. I used tilapia instead of snapper (because that was what was available) and only cooked it for about 12 minutes. The seasoning and butter together were perfect. I served it with a simple mushroom risoto and green beans. I will make this over and over again!
tara31 Posted: 11/05/11
This is fabulous and a great way to make snapper! We added more chipotle and threw in some minced habanero from the garden to spice things up. Served with Riversong Giddy-Up Grits and Cauliflower Gratin with Queso Cotija.
karen271 Posted: 07/15/12
My husband and I really like this recipe! I made it as written, however I did use the whole recipe on just two 8 oz. red snapper filets as we like spice. This recipe is so easy and delivers a lot of flavor! We had it last weekend, I saved it straight away, and we are having it again this wknd. Highly recommend!
mandofan Posted: 09/11/12
Excellent and easy. I used mahi and it was great.
jodioschmidt Posted: 06/15/14
I usually make this with cod. Honestly any mild white fish will do because it is all about the chipotle butter and the rub. We make this all the time