On a recent fishing trip, I asked my guide how to cook snapper. He said his favorite was this simple recipe; Ginger Soy Snapper. It is grilled which makes for a great shore lunch or evening around a fire or grill.
Sometimes simple recipes are the best, and in this case, the Ginger Soy Snapper is simple and great to eat. We were really impressed with this recipe, each bite was juicy and had a great texture. Plus the soy sauce and ginger gave the fish a great flavor. You will need:
Grill over charcoal on medium low heat turning once after the first side becomes golden brown. By cooking on medium low, it will cook slower and seal the outside of each keeping the moisture in. The fish is fully cooked when it flakes apart. Make sure that both sides are cooked.