MILD SWEET FLAVOR. DELICATE WHITE FLAKES.
A GREAT SOURCE OF selenium
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Vermilion snapper are a brilliant shade of red. They spend their lives schooling on the seafloor eating shrimp, crabs, and small fish. Think of them as a smaller cousin to Red Snapper.
Vermilion snapper have a mild and slightly sweet flavor. The fish pairs well with flavors like cilantro, ginger, and soy sauce. Recipes calling for steamed, sauteed, and baked are favorable for this fish.
Bake, Sautee, Steam, Poach