The best flavor-boosters for your grilled fish. For the best grilled or broiled fish, give your fillets and steaks a quick bath in one of these manly marinades.
This is a salmon marinade that I created and I really enjoy. Although the ingredients sound spicy, it actually comes out zesty. I cook my fillets in the marinade on a small George Foreman style grill. I create a "boat" out of tinfoil with an open top, so the top burner is touching the meat. They take about 8-10 minutes to cook using that method.
This marinade is great for grilled salmon. It works well with any cut of salmon. However, I typically use salmon fillets. I like king salmon best but it works well on any type of fresh salmon. This marinade is enough for 3 pounds of salmon.
Fresh oranges and ginger flavor this homemade marinade for seafood and chicken.
Taste the flavor men have enjoyed for thousands of years--sesame oil is one of humanity's original food flavorers. This marinade takes full advantage of sesame's specialness and works on any kind of meat.
Lucky tuna bathes in a spicy tequila marinade before a quick trip to the grill. Great spicy/sweet mix, and plenty of tequila leftover for later in the evening.
Get that unmistakable teriyaki flavor on fresh salmon fillets for an easy high-protein dinner.
Salmon with a wow factor: Ginger and red pepper flakes bring the heat in a different type of marinade for grilled salmon.
Salmon flavored with a nice combo of sweet, savory and spicy. After just 30 minutes of soaking, it's ready for a brief meeting with your broiler.
Citrus and soy combine in this marinade for grilled salmon. Fresh salmon is always good, this recipe can make it great.
A sweet, spicy, tangy and delicious marinade that can be used for your favorite fish. I would recommend using either catfish or salmon if you would like to use fish.