I have never cooked fish on the grill but I have cooked in foil pouches. I'm, not to impressed it was good but I can get the same flavor putting the pouches in the oven. When grill I want the grill flavor So For my self I would use a basket.
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get some heavy duty foil andmake a pouch long enough for your fillets to fit into. I spray the foil with PAM to keep the fish from sticking to it, then add your fish. I like to add fresh citrus slices and fresh parsley sea salt and fresh cracked pepper then fold ip the foil around it all and seal it and grill until the fish is done. Very tasty
If you are using a big outdoor grill, they sell a little basket you can put the fish in. Plus, depending on what type of fish you can use cedar planks, etc. I would say your best bet, when starting out, is to buy a couple of small fillets and just experiment. I honestly use a George Foreman and haven't adventured too far past Salmon (since I liked it so much). The only other thing I have tried is Ahi Tuna. Would suggest also to look at the Food Network website and see if there are any Bobby Flay, Alton Brown, etc. episodes you can watch. Good luck and please share your results.
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I've never cooked fish on the grill before and would really like to try it. I don't cook fish in the house very often because it takes two days to get rid of the smell.
Would someone walk me through? I don't what type of fish, how to prep, or how to cook it. I haven't look for any recipes yet, thought I would shout out here, asked around at work and everyone seems to fry or bake fish.
Someone did tell me that their ex-brother-in-law use to put some type of fillet in foil and then grill it, said it was great, but he is not currently on speaking terms with them...
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