A great piece of fish is only as good as what you season it with. I eat a lot of white fish and found this great marinade from Livestrong.com which I modified for myself. The fish was full of flavor, really moist and savory.
This is one of those dishes that can be either a main course or an appetizer. Frozen or fresh shrimp will work for this recipe, just make sure if you choose to work with frozen that they are thawed before you cook them. The spicy sweetness of dish never ceases to please my palette. I usually serve this dish with steamed Basmati rice and pineapple chunks because they compliment the shrimp very well. You can up the spiciness of this dish by adding more than the recommended amount of chili paste (or crushed red pepper flakes). A great summer dish enjoyed by many! :)
This recipe is light and easy to make. Impress your guests with this simple, yet tasty dish! Grilling in the summer is clearly easier than the winter, so do yourself a favor and buy a grill pan. This recipe really can be followed for any type of fish as the flavors go well with most types. I’ve done it with Tilapia, Mahi Mahi, Halibut and Chilean Sea Bass. It’s so good! Sprinkle a bit of paprika on the top of the final product to give it a kick.
Tilapia is a great mild whitefish that is generally inexpensive to by and has wonderful flavor when cooked right. Fish in general tastes really good cooked on the grill (not to mention you avoid the fishy smell in your house!).For this recipe you will need a grill (unfortunately a George Forman-style grill is not optimal) and sturdy aluminum foil.
Ahi Tuna is probably one of my favorite seafood dishes. This quick and easy recipe will definitely keep your belly happy and your tuna craving satisfied! You can have this dish on the table in less than 30 minutes.