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Red Snapper Scented With Orange and Olive Oil, Baked in a Foil Package

Baking fish in foil packages keeps it moist and steeps it in the flavors of any added ingredients. Drizzling olive oil over hot fish just before serving creates an amazing aroma and deepens the flavors of the fish, herbs and vegetables.
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