How does Red Snapper taste? As mentioned earlier, Red Snapper meat is firm and flakey and considered very desirable, which is why you can find it in so many different fish markets and restaurants. The oils in the fish allow it to be cooked any way you enjoy your fish. For me, you can’t go wrong with fried fish.
If I want to get fancy, I pan fry them in olive oil after rolling them in egg wash, flour, sweetened coconut, and pecan. I know lots of people who like their Snapper broiled or grilled as well.
If you are on vacation in the Pensacola area, you might want to bring your fillets to a local restaurant and have them prepare them for you for a hassle-free, delicious meal!
Regardless of how you enjoy your fish – you can’t go wrong with Red Snapper.
If you’re looking to catch some Red Snapper the next time you’re in the Pensacola area, even if you are staying in Navarre or Perdido, give us a call, and we can get you on the books to rip some lips! Either way, I hope you found this article helpful, and I wish you tight lines and fun times on the Emerald Coast.
See you soon, Captain Austin.