Succulent snapper drizzled with lemon and a sprinkle of herbs.
Add a few roasted tomatoes and you have a delicious meal that'll knock the socks off any restaurant meal!
2 Portions fresh snapper
TIP: Sprinkle fresh Oregano and course salt over the tomatoes before roasting to bring out the flavour.
1. Brush the snapper with lemon juice and garlic, season to taste.
2. Place the fish and tomatoes onto a baking tray which has been sprayed with Spray 'n Cook.
3. Slide under a preheated grill and cook the fish for about 4 minutes per side, until golden and cooked through. The tomatoes should be ready at the same time - they should be heated through with the skin wrinkled.
4. Garnish with lemon wedges and dill or chopped chives. Serve immediately.