Fresh off the line or fresh from the store, find the best recipes for grilling fish.
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.
Halibut steaks barbequed on a cedar plank with a succulent butter and herb basting sauce.
Slight smoke, and lemon make this a perfect dish. Not real fishy.
Light and mild flavored sauce adds just the right flavor to this wonderful fish.
Tuna patties made on the grill. Serve on buns or as a main dish.
This is a sweet and slightly smokey fish.
Savory lemon dill salmon cooked on the grill in foil (no mess). It's quick and easy.
A whole fish is grilled with lemon and onions, inside and out, and tomato slices on top. Caution small children about the bones!
Add a little twist at your next salmon cookout: A dollop of spinach spread adds more flavor.
A terrific recipe for summer, this citrus-based marinade gives grilled salmon a fresh taste. He deserves it after all that swimming upstream.
Try this citrus-based marinade for your cookout, it gives grilled orange roughy a fresh summery taste.
Cast more flavor over your grilled salmon with this simple glaze.
Return to your fishing roots and spear this swordfish for the grill. Cooks up quick. Healthy, too.
If you find a simpler way to grill tuna, give us a holler.
Catch it, fillet it, soak it in beer and Italian seasonings and put it on your grill. Couldn't be simpler, and couldn't be more tasty.
Flavorful, never-dry catfish fillets are yours when you marinade and then baste with a flavorful tomato sauce. Stay by the grill, these cook up fast.
Heat and sweet--that's the secret behind this amazing mahi mahi.
A tropical meal on a stick--ham, pineapple and mahi mahi--finished off with a simple, sweet glaze.
Making this grilled fish recipe is a snap! Ha! Sorry. Really, it's pretty easy. The veggies cook up with the fish, for a well-flavored, piping-hot meal.
A spicy grilled fish for a light summer meal. Red snapper starts off in a spicy bath with garlic and jalapeno, then gets a post-grilling shower of cilantro/caper and lime sauce.