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Once in a while, it’s nice to take a break from heavy meats like beef and pork. Try grilling fish – it’s a lighter meal but equally satisfying. Fish that are firm and thick are ideal for the grill because they won’t stick as much and won’t fall apart easily. Halibut, salmon, and tuna are great choices because they are packed with natural oils (they don’t dry up too quickly).
Follow these 3 essential tips for grilling it and you’ll have a light smoky and hearty meal in no time!
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Choose good quality fish
While frozen goods are an option, the fresh variety is ideal. When at the market or store buying fish, be aware of its smell – there is indeed that distinct odor but it shouldn’t be too strong and won’t make you pinch your nose together. Aim for one that is firm to the touch with moist, shiny skin and pink gills. The meat should be white, not beige or yellow. If you must buy frozen one, go only for those well-packaged ones – tightly wrapped in plastic without dryness or freezer burns and displayed in a bright and clean section.
Prepare it right for the grill
Experts recommend grilling the fish on the day of purchase, depending on the packaging’s “use-by” date if bought frozen. If you have it fresh, immediately clean it and transfer it to a container. Cover it tightly then refrigerate until ready to grill. If you have it frozen, keep it in its original packaging then refrigerate it as well. Marinate for only about 3 to 4 hours as the meat of it is soft and could easily get mushy. Tuna, swordfish, and other dry, firm, and thick fish are best for marinating. When grilling delicate ones such as flounder or tilapia, it’s ideal to wrap them in foil packets so that they won’t fall apart on your grill.
Grill it right
When you’re ready for the grill, make sure that your he is dry as a wet one won’t sear. To prepare yours, rinse it with cold water then use a paper towel to pat it dry. If you’re not using any marinade, brush the fish with oil then sprinkle it lightly with salt and black pepper before it hits the flames. Oil the grates and preheat the grill – this will help prevent the fish from sticking to your grill.
These 3 essential tips for grilling fish will help you successfully make a light, delicious meal!
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