For a quick and dirty meal you can’t beat a little fresh Red Snapper fillets. Found these on sale at my local Market. Sprayed the Frog Mat with some PAM. Lightly coated both sides of the Red Snapper fillets with Roasted Garlic EVOO, Old Bay, and some Fagundes Seasoning.
Preheated the MAK 2 Star to 410ºF using some Alder wood BBQ pellets and slapped the fillets on the grill.
Took about 16 minutes … Red Snapper fillets were done when they easily flaked with a fork.
The money $shot … A Red Snapper fillet, some steamed Cauliflower, a salad, and a glass of some nice Syrah. Yes, I know that white wine normally should be served with fish (match the color of the wine with the color of the food) but I’m not a big fan of white wines. It’s all good …