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White Fish to the Veracruzana

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We present a very traditional recipe from the state of Veracruz, in Mexico. Veracruz-style fish is a dish typical of Mexican cuisine, with a delicious flavor, the product of tomato sauce, onion, capers, olives and chiles gueros. This baked fish recipe is easy to cook and with a flavor that will transport you to the beautiful port of Veracruz.
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4 portions
  • 4 red snapper
  • 1 white onion
  • 6 tomatoes
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1/4 cups capers
  • 1/4 cups green olive
  • to taste güero pepper
  • to taste salt
  • to taste black pepper
  • enough olive oil


Salpimienta the fish on both sides. Reserve in the refrigerator until you use it.
Cut the onion in a pen. Slice the garlic into slices. Reservation.
Heat a pot with water. To the tomatoes, remove the peduncle with the help of a knife. From the other end, cut a cross in the fruit's shell, so that it is easier to remove the skin. Place the tomatoes in boiling water for three minutes, remove them and immerse them in ice water. Wait a minute and remove them from the water. With your hand, remove the skin.
Cut the tomatoes into small squares.
Slice the olives.
Add olive oil to a pan. Fry the onion, once it is transparent, add the tomato and garlic. Cook for 10 minutes, turn off the pan and add the capers, olives and green peppers.
Cut a piece of aluminum foil from the double of the fish fillet. Grease the paper by the brightest part. Place the steak on top of this and add a bit of the sauce you prepared. Close the aluminum foil well. Repeat this step with all the steaks.
Bake at 180 ° C for 20 minutes.


Serve in a clay dish.


You can substitute the red snapper for the white fish that you like the most.

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Ratings (5)
carolina Guerra
14/02/2020 18:46:51
Muy buena y fácil de preparar
tomas Sánchez Domínguez
12/04/2019 20:00:03
Excelente,muy práctica,los ingredientes muy apetitosos he incorporan los sabores y aromas de una manera muy rica a esta receta ya muy tradicional .
Sergio Corte
05/03/2018 20:26:19
Rápido y fácil
rosario madrid
17/02/2018 12:05:55
Se ve muy rico
alma flores
05/06/2017 19:20:30
Deliciosa la receta.. queria subir una foto pero lo probé y ya no me detuve.. exquisito en verdad!

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