Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Heat Up the Grill!

For the past four days it has been great to take a glance at our outdoor thermometer in the afternoon. A reading of 58°F is mighty fine! The warm weather brought out the crocuses and the use of our grill. Dinner was quick! Yes! Grilled Haddock in March!

Grilled Haddock is easy to prepare and tastes so yummy. A microwaved “baked” potato and a fruit salad rounded out dinner. So good!

Grilled Haddock

1. On a large dish pour about 2 TBS. Olive Oil.
2. Sprinkle a little Paprika (& Thyme, optional) on top.
3. After rinsing a Haddock Fillet in running cold water, place Fillet on the Olive Oil/Paprika (Thyme).
4. Turn the Fish over to coat the other side.
5. Place Fish in a grilling container/basket that has been sprayed with PAM.
6. Grill the Fish.
7. A 1 lb. piece requires 5 – 7 minutes on each side, depending on grill and thickness of Fillet.
8. Turn Fillet over one time during the grilling process.
9. Enjoy!

A grilling container/basket is needed, because the Haddock Fillet will break apart while grilling.

We will be enjoying grilled seafood again this week! Another trip to our Big Y Seafood Dept. Have you used your grill?

We enjoyed our Grilled Haddock dinner!



~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

We love to grill fish but haven't lately! You're making me want to buy some fresh fish! Thanks for the recipe! ♥

Kathleen said...

Can't wait to grill some fish up!

Mary Bergfeld said...

What a great recipe. I don't gas grill a lot of our fish. I'll have to give your recipe a try. Have a greaT DAY...mARY

Pam said...

I truly can't wait to get rid of all the snow, have some warmer weather and get that grill going! I love fish on the grill and just want to convince hubby to do it more often. Love your recipe!

Happy@Home said...

Your crocuses are such a welcome sight and look so cute.
I had halibut and a sweet potato last night. I cooked it in the oven, but next time I think I'll try the grill. Thanks for the suggestion.