Pan Fried Red Snapper With Lemon Butter Cream Sauce | Fish Recipes | Varun Inamdar

Learn How To Cook Pan Fried Red Snapper with Lemon Butter Sauce recipe from Chef Varun Inamdar. Make this authentic gourmet fish recipe in simple, quick and easy method at your home and share your experience with us in the comments below.


Vegetables to Saute:-
Sliced Carrots
French Beans
Spinach Leaves

2 Steaks Boneless Red Snapper Fish
Black Pepper
1 tsp. Oil

Thyme Leaves
Garlic Cloves
6-7 Peeled Shallots
6-7 Cherry Tomatoes

Lemonbutter Sauce:-
¼ Cup Butter & Oil
¼ Cup Fresh Cream
1 tsp. Thyme
1 Whole Lemon, Juiced
Black Pepper


Blanch the carrots, beans and spinach leaves.

The Marination:-
Add salt, black pepper and oil to both the sides of the fish.

The Frying:-
Heat butter and oil in a pan and place the fish in it skin-side down. While the fish is cooking add the thyme leaves. Flip the fish after cooking for a minute and add more butter. Throw in fresh garlic, shallots and cherry tomatoes. Baste the fish while frying and take it out on a plate.

The Lemon Butter Sauce:-
In a pan add in a dollop of butter, fresh cream, thyme and cook it for 30-45 seconds on low flame. Turn the flame off and add fresh lemon juice and mix well. Add black pepper.
TIP:- In case you feel the sauce is split just add in a touch of corn flour.

The Sauted Vegetables:-
Heat a pan and add a dollop of butter and add carrots, beans and spinach leaves to it. Add some salt to taste followed by black pepper and fresh parsley.

Pan Fried Red Snapper With Lemon Butter Sauce and Sauted Vegetables is ready to eat! HAPPY COOKING!!!

Host: Varun Inamdar
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Anand Alphonse says:

wow.. awesome …. will try this weekend

20tejas says:

butter and butter and butter and then fat

shubha prabhusatam says:

this is wonderful..i do it with tiger prawns and Bass..i like ur style

Dylan Ferns says:

I’d like to make this but I don’t have a lot of thyme


enjoyed cooking

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Mamma's Kitchen says:

Hi, I was wondering if some people could subscribe to my channel and give me feedback. I am a startup channel so I would love some support. The food I make is from pure Desi recipes, some are even family recipes❤️
Thank you

Ram vara says:

Hi Varu, i love the way you explain reasons in between why ur doing certain steps. This not only helps to understand, but also creates more enthusiasm. Good luck.

Samiha Alam says:

what is the name of this fish?????

Anna Kendra says:

Can we use bhetki instead?

Falin Falin says:

awesome really i loved it yum yum

Ajit Parmar says:

oooo ain’t gonna eat this shizz but id loved to cook the way you made it

Shravya Pandula says:

spinach is over cooked

Rishabh Mall says:

That’s a lot of butter!

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shubha shubhangi says:

sir can you please teach us how to make oriented grilled fish with garlic sauce

Pankaj Sonkamble says:

honestly I don’t like ur this recipe.. but I can’t hit unlike button as u r my fav chef..

Souvik Roy says:

Can I use more of those healthy butter, instead of that unhealthy fish?

shardul sarmalkar says:


Xander Dance Videos says:

oooh I wanna eat.

Keval Ghadiali says:

Varun I really enjoy all your street style recipes. I don’t know how else to contact you so I’m just messaging my request here. My request to you is to prepare the most had soup in the indo Chinese cuisine that is Manchow soup. I hope you will make a video on this soup in the near future

shaikh ayesha says:

Can v substitute the fish with chicken

Sushmita Basu says:

Hi varun, am a huge fan of yours! Being brought up and fed with the diet of fish from childhood, i always look for making different kinds of preparations using fishes available n kolkata market. This dish looks amazing. But i had a query that can i try the same thing with a bhetki (or Beckty) fish fillet (which is normally eaten without the scale side). If yes, then do i need to take any extra care as the fish is very soft and without skin, d fillet will certainly be very tender.

Savitha Rajan says:

Looks yummy…

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