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Grilled Tilapia February 22, 2010

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Grilled Tilapia is one of my favorites for late dinners. I like the way it is served at Danny’s. The grilled Tilapia is accompanied with veges, hash-browns, ranch sauce and garlic bread. The fillets when well done come out very well, even on medium it is OK.

The fillets are placed on a bed of rice made in Mexican style adaptation of pulao -(Rice Pilav)

Turmeric Grilled Red Snapper January 25, 2010

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To get your grilled fish right, you must have the right kind of fish and must yes MUST get your grilling sauce right. It looks like I got it right.

1. Freshly squeezed lemon Juice
2. Turmeric powder
3. Olive oil
4. Salt
5. Pepper
6. Green Tabasco

I kept the fish soaked in this base for about half an hour. I used Red Snapper Fillet – the fish was about 4 pounds or 1.8 KG, the fillet about half of it. Just cut six pieces out of the two slabs. While soaking them in the base, I made sure that the juices went inside the fillet, the serving fork did the trick holes in the fillet. I avoided knife cuts for juice penetration.

Total grilling time on 1400 Watt Grill was about 20 minutes and I did about six turns to each piece.

The fish came out very well and served with fresh mint chutney and mint mayonnaise