Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Grilled Swordfish

Ever since my DH & I enjoyed the absolutely delicious Swordfish Dinner while dining at a quaint restaurant in Maine many years ago, Grilled Swordfish has been one of our favorites. This week the seafood dept. in our grocery store has fresh wild Swordfish. No fancy topping nor sauce is needed. A coating of Olive Oil and Paprika before grilling is simple and is the best! Yum!

Tonight the grill was heated. Dinner took about 15 minutes to prepare. Microwaved “Baked” Potatoes and a healthy veggie salad were ready quickly. Grilled fish is so good! It is one of the great foods of summer!

Grilled Swordfish

1. Pour about 2 TBS. of Olive Oil on a large dish.
2. Sprinkle a little Paprika on top.
3. Rinse the Swordfish Steak under cold running water.
4. Then, place it on the Olive Oil/Paprika.
5. Turn the Swordfish over to coat the other side.
6. Place fish on the hot grill.
7. The fish is turned over one time during the grilling process.

** The amount of needed grilling time depends on the size of the piece of Swordfish and the grill. A 1 lb. piece requires about 5 minutes and 30 seconds on each side.

**We do not use a Grilling Basket while grilling Swordfish.

Tomorrow’s dinner will be prepared inside. Raindrops are predicted. It’s great to use the Grill whenever possible!


1 comment:

Pam said...

I will be getting some swordfish soon and try this! It looks delicious!