Howard L. Puckett
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Makes 2 servings

Add spicy heat to this skillet-cooked snapper with prepared blackened or jerk seasoning and top with a fresh fruit salsa.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine mango and next 4 ingredients in a bowl. Cover and chill until ready to serve.

Step 2

Brush snapper with melted butter, and coat both sides with seasoning.

Step 3

Heat a large cast-iron or heavy-bottom skillet until hot. Cook fish 2 minutes on each side or until opaque. Serve with mango salsa.

Ratings & Reviews

ajknightfan's Review

nicolej84
March 08, 2014
So easy and very good flavor.

nicolej84's Review

alb342
August 30, 2011
Best fish dish I have ever made! Used Cajun seasoning in place of jerk. The salsa and fish flavors complement each other perfectly.

alb342's Review

ajknightfan
June 30, 2011
Delicious! I made my mango salsa fresh and found a blackened seasoning recipe online. I served with a salad and coconut jasmine rice. Very smooth fish. My boyfriend loved it too! Great dinner and very healthy too!

jndgregory's Review

jndgregory
April 12, 2010
Awesome! I couldn't find yellowtail snapper so substituted tilapia and it turned out great. Used Chef Paul's blackening seasoning and fresh store bought mango salsa (which consisted of the same ingredients)...definitely a time saver and just as good. Served with coconut curry rice and black beans, makes a great tropical dish.