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Date de parution 14 mai 2013
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EAN13 9781628840094
Langue English

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70 Of The Best Ever Fish Barbecue Recipes

That Will Allow You To Cook Up A Great Feast In TheSummer
Samantha Michaels
Table of Contents
Chapter1 – Fish Barbecue Recipes
Recipe1 – Fresh Citrus Salmon
Recipe2 – Marinated Barbecued Swordfish
Recipe3 – Grilled Sea Bass With Garlic Sauce
Recipe4 – Barbecued Salmon With Soy & Brown Sugar Marinade
Recipe5 – Grilled Onion Butter Cod
Recipe6 – Grilled Trout With Parsley
Recipe7 – Barbecued Teriyaki Tuna Steaks
Recipe8 – Lime & Basil Tilapia
Recipe9 – Barbecued Tuna With Honey Glaze
Recipe10 – Blackened Fish
Recipe11 – Citrus Marjoram Marinated Halibut Steak
Recipe12 – Grilled Red Snapper
Recipe13 – Ginger Swordfish
Recipe14 – Grilled Asian Style Catfish
Recipe15 – Barbecued Sea Bass
Recipe16 – Grilled Trout In Corn Husks
Recipe17 – Grilled Jamaican Jerk Catfish
Recipe18 – Grilled Tandoori Cod
Recipe19 – Grilled Mustard & Miso Sea Bass
Recipe20 – Sea Bass Kebabs
Recipe21 – Grilled Thai Red Snapper Packets
Recipe22 – Moroccan Grilled Fish Kebabs
Recipe23 – Grilled Fish Cakes
Recipe24 – Tarragon Fish With Vegetables
Recipe25 – Italian Style Trout
Recipe26 – Perch With Sage
Recipe27 – Sweet & Sour Halibut
Recipe28 – Halibut & Red Pepper Kebabs
Recipe29 – Fish Roll Ups
Recipe30 – Grilled Snapper In A Banana Leaf
Recipe31 – South Western Mahi Mahi
Recipe32 – Grilled Shark
Recipe33 – Grilled Catfish
Recipe34 – Spicy Tuna Steaks
Recipe35 – Asian Jerk Red Snapper
Recipe36 – Grilled Fresh Sardines
Recipe37 – Grilled Squid With Ginger, Celery & Apple Salad
Recipe38 – Monkfish & Prawn Kebabs With Tomato Salsa
Recipe39 – Skewered Swordfish With Charred Courgettes
Recipe40 – Rosemary Salmon Burgers
Recipe41 – Fast Fish Kebabs
Recipe42 – Barbecued Halibut Steaks
Chapter2 – Barbecue Shellfish Recipes
Recipe1 – Grilled King Crab Legs
Recipe2 – Spicy Shrimp Skewers
Recipe3 – Grilled Oysters
Recipe4 – Thai Spiced Prawns
Recipe5 – Garlic Grilled Shrimps
Recipe6 – Bacon Wrapped Shrimps
Recipe7 – Scallops With A Herb & Pecan Crust
Recipe8 – Grilled Oysters With Fennel Butter
Recipe9 – Grilled Crab
Recipe10 – Sesame Scallops
Recipe11 – Margarita Shrimps
Recipe12 – Baja Style Grilled Rock Lobster Tails
Recipe13 – Grilled Prawns With Spicy Peanut Lime Vinaigrette
Recipe14 – Scallops & Cherry Tomato Kebabs
Recipe15 – Grilled Lobster With Lime Bay Butter
Recipe16 – Grilled Prawns & Garlic Chilli Sauce
Recipe17 – Grilled New England Seafood
Recipe18 – Honey Grilled Shrimps
Recipe19 – Scallops Wrapped In Prosciutto
Recipe20 – Maple Orange Shrimp & Scallop Kebabs
Recipe21 – Ginger Shrimp With Charred Tomato Relish
Recipe22 – Shrimp & Broccoli Packets
Recipe23 – Tangy Shrimp & Scallops
Recipe24 – Barbecued Oysters Served With Hogwash
Recipe25 – Scallops, Orange & Cucumber Kebabs
Recipe26 – Prawns With Pistou
Recipe27 – Black & White Pepper Shrimps
Recipe28 – Grilled Calamari

Mostpeople these days will cook only meat on their barbecues, but cooking fish onthem is wonderful as well. Actually cooking fish on a barbecue on a barbecueisn’t that difficult and you may be surprised at how easy it is to achieve thekinds of results that more experienced chefs achieved when cooking in this way.

Certainlywhen it comes to cooking fish on a barbecue you can use either a solid fuel(charcoal) or gas fired one to do so. Plus it is also important that youactually have the right equipment at hand when you do start cooking and allowyourself plenty of time to prepare the fish.

Thekind of equipment needed for cooking fish on a barbecue includes the following:

1.  Afish basket

2. Some form of lining for the fish, such as aluminum foil or things like bananaleaves or corn husks which can be wrapped around the fish being cooked.

3. If you are intending to bake the fish rather than grill it then of course use abarbecue fitted with a hood.

4. You can of course also smoke fish on your barbecue if you want but in order todo this you will need to invest money in a good smoker box plus the woodchips. 

Anotherimportant thing to consider when cooking such food on a barbecue is that youuse only the finest quality fish you can.   The things to look for whenchoosing your fish are as follows:

1. That the fish you choose has a nice sea smell to it.  This will clearlyindicate the fish you have brought is fresh.

2. Look closely at the eyes of the fish if they are sunken rather than lookingbright don’t cook them. The fish isn’t at all fresh and could lead to healthissues after it has been eaten.

3.Finally don’t be afraid to touch the fish and push down on it. If the flesh ofthe fish is firm and springs back after it has been touched then you know whatyou are eating is still good.

Asfor cooking the fish it is important that you prepare the barbecue before youdo. Below are the things that should be done before you begin cooking fish onyour barbecue.

1. If you are going to be using a fish basket for cooking your fish on thebarbecue then line it first with aluminum foil. This will not only help to cookthrough evenly but will help it to retain moisture. Also if you are going toline the fish basket with foil make sure that the shiny side is facing towardsthe fish.

2.  If you haven’t marinated the fish first before you place it on the barbecue itis a good ide to oil and season it first to taste. 

3. If you would like the fish to retain as much moisture as possible then it isbest to remove the scales first.

4.  Make sure that you preheat the barbecue before you begin cooking. Follow thebarbecue manufacturer’s instructions about preparing it for cooking. 

5. Finally decide whether you will cook the fish on the plate or grill. If you intendto cook the fish on a plate in a basket then make sure that you don’t allow itto come in to direct contact with it.

Inthis particular recipe book are a variety of wonderful array of amazing freshfish and shell fish dishes that you may want to try out on your barbecue thissummer or next.
Chapter1 – Fish Barbecue Recipes

Recipe 1 – Fresh Citrus Salmon

Thisparticular recipe comes with quite a tangy taste, which helps to enhance theflavor of the salmon further.


4Salmon Fillets With Skin Left On
2Small Lemons
2Medium Oranges
1Large Lime
100mlFreshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
100mlFreshly Squeezed Orange Juice
2Large Garlic Cloves Divided
FreshlyGround Black Pepper
50mlFreshly Squeezed Lime Juice
4Tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar
2Teaspoons Freshly Chopped Dill


1. Wash the salmon fillets thoroughly before then patting dry and drizzling themwith some olive oil and sprinkling over them some sea salt and pepper on theskin side and rub it in. Then place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

2. Cut the lemon, lime and oranges into segments making sure that you retain asmuch of their juices as possible. Then mix these segments with some olive oiland ½ crushed garlic clove.  Now place in the refrigerator. 

3. Next you need to combine the freshly cut dill with 1 garlic clove that has beencrushed, the lime, lemon and orange juice and a little olive oil, salt andpepper. Once you have done this you remove the salmon fillets from therefrigerator and place them in a shallow dish and pour over this marinade.Cover the dish and replace in the refrigerator and leave the salmon to marinatein the dill for at least 2 hours. 

4. Once two hours is up remove the salmon fillets from the refrigerator and as thebarbecue warms up this will allow them to come up to room temperature. Allowthe salmon to be out of the refrigerator for 20 minutes before you then placeon the barbecue.  

5. Before you place the salmon on the barbecue rub the grate with a clove ofgarlic and then place the fish on it skin side down. After two minutes you mustturn the salmon over and allow it to cook for a further two minutes. Also it isimportant to place some sort of cover over the salmon such as saucepan lid thatis well ventilated. Once cooked let the salmon fillets rest for 3 minutesbefore serving. When you serve the salmon place on the plate a small salad madeup of lettuce, cherry tomatoes and drizzle some balsamic vinegar around theplate.
Recipe 2 – Marinated BarbecuedSwordfish

Theuse of white wine, soy sauce, garlic and lemon juice help to bring out more ofthe swordfishes amazing flavor as well as help to cook it better on thebarbecue.


4Swordfish Steaks
4Garlic Cloves
75mlWhite Wine
4Tablespoons Lemon Juice
2Tablespoons Soy Sauce
2Tablespoons Olive Oil
1Tablespoon Savory Seasoning
¼Teaspoon Salt
1/8Teaspoon Freshly Ground Black Pepper

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