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Blackened Redfish

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4 (3 1/2 oz.) snapper fillets6 Tbsp. blackened seasoned for fish


Rinse snapper thoroughly and coat with blackened seasoning. Coat fillets well on both sides. Spray cast iron skillet with vegetable cooking spray. Heat skillet on grill over hot coals. When skillet is hot, add snapper. Turn once during cooking. Cook approximately 15 minutes or until fish flakes easily when tested. Nutritional Analysis: Serving size 1 fillet. 99 calories; 36 mg cholesterol; sodium not available; 414 mg potassium; 1.3 gm fat, 13% calories from fat, .5 gm polyunsaturated, .3 gm saturated. Diabetic Information: 1 serving may be exchanged for 2 meats. Yield 4 servings.