Monday, September 14, 2009

Blue Skies and Grilled Swordfish!

Today, we are enjoying a very comfortable day here in Western Massachusetts! The Peachy Craisin Crisp is baking in my oven and tonight our outdoor grill will be used! Ahhh, this week the seafood department in my local grocery store has a special on fresh “wild” Swordfish. So … tonight for dinner we will enjoy eating Grilled Swordfish, a microwaved “baked” potato and a fresh garden salad. Guess what we are having for dessert?

The preparation for Grilled Swordfish is very easy, the grilling time for the fish is not long, and the results are so yummy!

Grilled Swordfish

1 lb. Swordfish Fillet (serves 2)

1. On a large dish pour about 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil.
2. Sprinkle a little Paprika on top.
3. After rinsing Swordfish Fillet in running cold water, place on the Olive Oil/Paprika.
4. Turn the fish over to coat the other side.
5. Place fish on heated Grill.
6. Grill about 5 – 7 minutes on each side, until fish flakes easily with a fork. Grilling Time depends on size & thickness of fillet.

Seafood tastes great! Preparing it at home is the best! Using the outdoor grill just tops it off!

Do you enjoy eating fish? What is your favorite? Do you grill it?


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good evening JG, Oh that crisp in the previous post looks so delicious. We never had sea food growing up so i have always been leary of cooking it. I love salmon though and I do make that at home. I think I will try the swordfish. It sounds good. Thank you for the comments you leave on my blog. I hope you are having a beautiful week.