From monkfish to swordfish to catfish, lots of other fish grill into great weeknight suppers. Follow these easy seafood recipes to brush all kinds of fish with marvelous marinades, glazes, and even a drizzle of olive oil, then grill them to perfection.
A Cajun specialty, dirty rice gets its name from the ground giblets that give the rice a "dirty" appearance. Here, sausage replaces ground giblets.
You'll love these fresh grilled fish sandwiches. Pick your seasoning then top with a mayonnaise spread.
Tuna, salmon, snapper, and swordfish are best for the grill--their firm flesh holds together over the grate. Add an Asian flair when you add a teriyaki, honey, ginger, and garlic marinade.
Yogurt, cucumber, and snipped mint leaves team up as a garden-fresh sauce for grilled fish steaks.
Sunny star fruit, or carambola, along with fresh poblano pepper and cilantro brightens this grilled fish dish.
For a delightful summertime feast, serve these pecan-and-carrot-stuffed fish fillets with a fresh fruit salad.
Swordfish harvested in US waters -- not long ago endangered -- is now considered by ocean ecologists to be a "best choice" seafood selection. White, mild and meaty-textured fish such as swordfish needs little embellishment but a simple , nutty brown butter sauce like this one.
Wasabi, the Japanese horseradish condiment, adds fiery heat to this low calorie fish and vegetable dinner. Find wasabi--in powdered or paste form--in specialty stores and supermarkets.
Fresh cilantro and zesty chili sauce add Tex-Mex flair to grilled swordfish.
Lemon slices and fresh tarragon scent tender sole fillets and asparagus spears as they cook in handy foil packets.
Purchased pesto creates a quick sauce for these low fat grilled fish packets.
When you crave a fish dinner, grill these seasoned walleye fillets and serve them on a bun topped with slaw and delicious homemade sauce.
A lemon, garlic, olive oil, and herb marinade provides flavor and keeps the swordfish moist during grilling. Serve with the summery orzo salad to round out the meal.
Wasabi, the head-clearing green condiment traditionally served with sushi, adds subtle fire to this fish dish. Look for wasabi powder or paste in Japanese markets and large supermarkets.
Quickly prep the halibut and vegetable kabobs and then let them marinate while you fix the rest of dinner.