Pan-Grilled Snapper with Orzo Pasta Salad

  • carolfitz Posted: 07/09/10
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    Used bass & sprayed light oil on fillets rather than on pan. Added ¼ tsp mixed lemon & orange zest to the vinaigrette, used only 2 tbs olive oil. Light, fresh flavors. Good summer meal.

  • Tina08 Posted: 08/26/09
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    Make the doubled dressing several hours ahead and add more black pepper. This will give the flavors time to mingle.

  • skspillman Posted: 01/12/09
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    I doubled the vinaigrette as the notes suggested and thought the meal turned out well--tasty and easy to prepare.

  • cookfromsocal Posted: 02/19/11
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    This is the first time I have fixed red snapper. It didn't have a lot of flavor. The Orzo was really good. Next time will add something more to the fish. A definite repeat.

  • mjmmjk Posted: 03/05/10
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    My fish fell apart on the grill pan, so looked awful but tasted really good. Added extra pepper and zest from lemon and lime to pasta, gave it a little extra flavor. Paired very well with fish.

  • Adshehan Posted: 01/08/12
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    This was a wonderful dish! The orzo was just the perfect compliment as a side dish! This will most certainly be a dish I serve again.

  • MicheleSFL Posted: 09/19/12
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    I was looking for something different to do with shrimp, so I made this. I doubled the vinaigrette and sauteed a pound of shrimp. I followed the rest of the recipe and I served the shrimp over the pasta with the extra dressing drizzled over it. I will make this again!

  • AlbertCamus Posted: 06/13/14
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    ajn excellent preparation, but can we made this with fish

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