Roasted Whole Snapper
Roasting is an excellent low-fat cooking technique because very little fat is necessary to carry the flavor of the food. High heat concentrates and seals in food's natural flavor, two jobs that only a few other techniques can do without the help of butter, oil, or other fatty transporters of flavor. A hot oven and a good heavy-bottomed roasting pan or skillet are essential. Before serving, set the snapper on a bed of small white onions, and add the dill and parsley too.