Lazy Red Snapper Dinner

This post is sponsored by Milk and Eggs, a grocery food delivery service in California.

I’ve been a lazy cook lately, but I also want to eat healthier. For me, that means protein and vegetables. Protein, preferably in the form of fish! When I placed my Milk and Eggs order this month, I couldn’t pass up the chance to put some Red Snapper in my cart. It was on sale for $4.99 (regular price $9.99) per 8 ounce piece, so I ordered two. I could have ordered three, but I don’t like having fish leftovers (if there were indeed, any).

The Red Snapper is supplied to Milk and Eggs by Premier Meat Company, popular for suppling high end local restaurants.

After looking up some cool recipes online, I settled for the easiest and laziest way: dousing the fish with Old Bay Seasoning, then cooking it in oil and butter on the cast iron skillet.

Pairing it with some flash fried bok choy with some liquid aminos (a soy sauce substitute) and some garlic and red onion made for a quick, delicious, and (I think) nutritious weeknight meal! Thanks, Milk and Eggs!

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Disclaimer: WestsideMommy worked on this post in collaboration with Milk and Eggs, where they provided me with complimentary groceries in exchange for sharing my experience on a post. All opinions are 100% honest and my own. This post contains referral and affiliate links.