This week’s fresh catch is Vermillion Snapper. From Sea to Table, “Vermillion Snapper, also known as a beeliner, is caught off of the U. S. coast from NC and around the Florida panhandle to Texas. Similar in appearance to their cousin the Red Snapper, Vermillion Snapper are a smaller fish with lean flesh, a mild, sweet flavor, and a medium-firm texture. They are most abundant in shallow water where they live near the seafloor, near the edge of continental shelves. Hook-and-line gear are primarily used to catch this species closer to shore. Any recipe that you’d use for Red Snapper can also be used for Vermillion snapper.”
Red Snapper with Garlic, Cilantro & Lime
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