We are going with a new species this week. 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. The season in North Carolina just opened July 1st, so this is a nice seasonal option. Any recipe that you’d use for Red Snapper can also be used for Vermillion snapper.”
Pan Seared Red Snapper
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