Thursday, July 10, 2014

Grilled Haddock Dinner

Grilled Haddock Dinner!
The sun is shining and we are surely making up for the chilly damp days of spring.  This AM I was unsure what we would have for dinner.  When I asked my DH, he reminded me of a blog - A Tasty Thought by JG.  It is summer and suddenly I remembered my top blog post of ALL time.  So, it was definitely a day to purchase the fresh "wild caught" Haddock in our local grocery store and find my grill basket, because it's outdoor grilling time tonight!  This recipe is very easy & yes, previously frozen "wild caught" Haddock also tastes great!

Grilled Haddock

Haddock Fillet(s)
Olive Oil

Grilling Basket/ Container

  1. On a large dish pour about 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil.
  2. Sprinkle a little Paprika & Thyme on top. 
  3. Rinse Haddock Fillets under cold running water and place on top of Olive Oil & Spices.
  4. Turn Fillet(s) over to coat other side.
  5. Place Haddock Fillets in grilling container/basket that has been sprayed with PAM.
  6. Grill Fillets on preheated grill.
  7. **A 1 lb. piece requires 5 - 8 minutes on each side, depending on thickness of Fillet.
  8. Turn Fillets over one time to grill during grilling process.
  9. Enjoy!  
**Grill the Fillets slowly using a Low to Medium heat setting to retain the moisture.

Summer, the outdoor grill, an easy meal to prepare - what can be better?  The 2 side dishes will be posted other days.  They were so tasty served along with the Grilled Haddock!



Pam said...

Another good way to cook fish. Love it on the grill. Glad your weather is better. We have been having perfect summer days! Woo hoo! Have a fun weekend, Judy!

JG said...

Pam- Totally agree! Summer, now, is so colorful with all of the flowers!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

We love fish and I usually just pan fry it. I need to try to grill it. We grill everything else! Enjoy your week my friend! Sweet hugs, Diane

JG said...

Lavender Dreamer- You'd enjoy using the grill with fish, too! Tastes so good + easy cleanup! :)

Cathy at Wives with Knives said...

What a delicious dinner, JG. We don't have Haddock here. Maybe sole would be similar.

JG said...

Cathy- Haddock is a firm mild whitefish & in the Cod family. It's available to us- fished off the East Coast. The Sole fillets available here are thinner/smaller than Haddock fillets.