There’s no better time of year for your propane grill than the summer! And, what better to grill this season than some fresh fish? Whether you’re throwing on your big catch from this weekend or cooking up a fresh find from the market, gather around some friends and family and get to grilling some tasty fish!
Fish is a versatile protein that can be cooked in a variety of ways for a variety of flavors. Not only that, but fish is packed with protein and nutrients, making it a healthy and delicious choice.
Most fish can be grilled successfully for a tasty meal, but some fish hold up to the heat of the grill better than others. For grill-worthy fish, Char-Broil suggests that you try swordfish, Mahi-mahi, snapper, salmon, or tuna.
- Because of its firmness, swordfish is a great fish for the grill. You can place it directly on the rack for those beautiful grill marks that everyone loves.
- Mahi-mahi is a little more tender and delicate than swordfish, but is still great for the grill, just be careful not to overcook. Keep an eye on mahi-mahi, and when you see it start to flake, it’s ready to eat.
- Snapper is great on the grill when you cook it whole. Grilled snapper will give you a crispy skin with a smoky and sweet flavor that can’t be beat.
- Salmon is one of the more versatile fish that taste great with a number of flavor combinations. You can’t go wrong with lemon to complement your salmon. For an extra layer of flavor, throw the lemon itself on the grill for a tart char.
- Tuna is another grilling favorite. You can place your tuna steaks right on the grill for great flavor.
For more grilled fish tips and tricks, visit Charbroil.com.
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