Salvation Garlic & Serrano Yellowtail Snapper Destroyer Style
- 2 fresh yellowtail snappers, gutted, scaled and pat-dried
- 1 whole head of garlic, peeled and roughly minced
- 3 serrano peppers, thinly sliced
- fine sea salt, to taste
- 1 lime, juiced
- extra virgin coconut oil, or substitute with olive oil
- 2 teaspoons Salvation Sauce Garlic Serrano Hot Sauce With Holy Bible Key Chain (Click to BUY)
- corn tortillas
- freshly chopped cilantro, leaves and stems if desired
- 1 lime cut into quarters
- Delaware Destroyer Chunky Jalapeño Salsa (Click to BUY)
1. Heat enough coconut oil to lightly coat the pan. Once warm (don’t let it smoke, use medium-low heat) sauté the minced garlic and serrano slices, cook only until the garlic softens then remove from pan and set aside. Add a little bit more coconut oil to the pan if desired or needed, you don’t want the fish to stick to it. Place the fish into the pan and sprinkle a little bit of sea salt over each fish. Depending on the fish size, cook for about 10 minutes then flip over and cook another 8 minutes. The fish is finished cooking once it feels firm on both sides and the meat is flaky. Pour the juiced lime over the fish and allow to cook for 2 minutes before serving.
2. Serve fish topped with the sautéed garlic, serrano peppers and a little bit of the chopped cilantro and Salvation Sauce Garlic Serrano Hot Sauce With Holy Bible Key Chain (Click to BUY). Place the warm corn tortillas and other additional ingredients on the table for everyone to use as desired. Buen provecho or bon appetit!
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