A Grilled Fish Recipe In San Diego!
The most common grill fish are Pla Kapong, sea bass or red snappers, quality and meaty fish that are filled with herbs and covered in plenty of salt.
When it comes to meat, grilling is relatively easy. Pick your favorite cut, a marinade or dry rub, and throw it on the grill. Grilling fish is a little trickier. Certain types of fish make better choices than others, and some more delicate fillets just aren’t suited for grilling at all. Here’s a guide to help you choose.
Swordfish is my favorite type of fish for grilling! It’s a mild-tasting, firm, meaty fish that holds up great on the grill. You’ll find this fish sold as steaks — cook it whole or cut it up and skewer it.
Whether you cook it as a steak or a fillet, salmon can withstand the heat of the grill, keeping its distinct flavor and staying together. Also consider grilling salmon on cedar planks for an added flavor twist.
To me tuna is like steak of the seafood world. It’s so versatile! Tuna steak is thick and hearty, with a distinct flavor. I love giving it a good sear and cooking it just to medium rare. See more here.
Grilled fish is served with a number of sides in a number of different cuisines much the same way fish prepared in other methods are, but grilling often creates tastes impossible with other methods.
The flavour for this barbecue grilled fish recipe is in the marinade which has everything that a good fish marinade should have – sweetness, saltiness and a hint of citrus fruit. It was a very similar recipe to this that I fist saw in Istanbul served directly from the fishing boat. There were crowds of people around the boats all waving Turkish Lire notes hoping to be next in line to get their hands on a tasty snack.
- 6 white fish fillets skinned
- 150ml / 5 fl oz lime juice
- 150ml / 5 fl oz dry white wine
- 1 tablespoon clear honey
- 2 teaspoons light soy sauce
- salt and pepper
Place the fish fillets in a rectangular marinade bowl.
Mix all the ingredients above (excluding the fish) to make your marinade and pour it over the fish. Cover your marinade bowl with stretch wrap and allow the marinade to do its work for a couple of hours. Check more here.
Grilled fish will always be prepared because, if done correctly, it will have the slight crispiness of the grill on the outside with the juices still inside.
It contains many nutrients that are crucial for improving your overall health. Here are some of the benefits of adding fish to your weekly meal plan.
Source of Vitamin D
Fish is rich in vitamin D, which plays one of the key roles in your body. It regulates the absorption of calcium and phosporus, and facilitates normal immune system function. It is also very important for normal growth of yout teeth and bones. Getting a sufficient amount of this vitamin is very important, and you can get it from different kinds of fish, like salmon or herring, which contain the highest amount of this vitamin.
Lowers Your Risk of Heart Diseases
In contemporary world, we are at risk of heart attacks and strokes more than ever. Stress and unhealthy eating habits are making it worse. But did you know that you can do a lot for your health if you eat proper foods? Fish is one of the foods that can help you lower your risk of heart diseases. Some studies, like the one by Djousse and team, and Chowdhury and team have shown that people who eat fish on a weekly basis have lower risk of heart attacks, strokes and, of course, death from heart diseases. Read full article here.