Of all the white fish, red snapper is one of the most popular. It is naturally found all around the world, in the highest concentration 30 to 600 feet deep in the Gulf of Mexico and along the eastern coasts of North America, Central America, and northern South America.
Red snapper tastes light with what is often described as a hint of a nutty undertone to create this unique, full-bodied flavor profile sans the strong fishiness. The meat of the red snapper is moist and learns more toward the firm side of the texture spectrum in fish. Aside from the standard high protein and omega-3 content that most fish contain, red snapper also provides an abundance of vitamin A and potassium. The health benefits of this fish pertain to proper cardiovascular functioning, metabolic performance, and cognitive stimulation!
Kept in a frozen state, red snapper fillet can be perfectly defrosted to be broiled, grilled, pan-fried, baked, or steamed. Frozen snapper filets taste wonderful any way you might want to cook them.
Our frozen red snapper filet price runs according to weight and each fillet is estimated to be approximately 8 to 10 ounces.