Fire up the grill because you won’t want to miss these grilled fish recipes!
No seafood lover can resist a flaky filet hot off the grill. And these recipes are the best of the best.
Salmon skewers are the perfect finger food for social gatherings. Meanwhile, tilapia foil packets are great for weeknights.
The smoky flavor and char from the grill make any fish filet taste great. And it doesn’t take long at all.
From grilled fish tacos to yellowtail collar, these grilled fish recipes have a lot to offer you and your backyard guests.
Grilling fish doesn’t have to be overly complicated. All you need is a fresh filet, a little seasoning like Old Bay, and a squeeze of lemon.
Simple? Yes. Delicious? Absolutely!
Healthy and fuss-free, this simply seasoned fish is ready in just 5 minutes.
Restaurant-quality Asian swordfish is easier to achieve than you may think.
Simply marinade the swordfish steaks in a mix of honey, soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and lime. Then fire up the grill and toss them on.
Be sure to give the grill grates a solid coating of oil beforehand. That way, the fish doesn’t stick.
I know calling something the best can often sound like a long stretch.
But this is seriously some of the best grilled salmon I’ve ever had.
About 10 minutes is all that flaky pink flesh needs on the grill.
As for seasoning, all you need is a touch of salt and pepper. The rest speaks for itself.
I used to think grilling an entire fish was hard. Then I tried it with tilapia and realized it’s so easy.
Prep the fish by stuffing it with butter and lemon slices. Also, be sure to season each side.
Garlic parsley salt is great if you have it. Otherwise, salt and pepper will do.
Switch things up at your next cookout and treat your pals to these salmon kebabs.
Rich and succulent, salmon is hands-down one of the best-tasting fish. Plus, it’s full of omega-3s.
To accentuate its wonderful flavor, coat it with a blend of spices and add lemon slices to the skewers.
Why wait until Tuesday? Any day is a good day for tacos, especially when they’re fish tacos cooked on the grill!
Choose any white fish you like. Tilapia and mahi mahi work great.
Coat your selection in a spicy lime marinade, grill, then assemble.
You have many taco topping options to choose from.
For a classic take, go with pico de gallo, cabbage, and white sauce.
This mouthwatering red snapper is nothing short of tasty.
The Cajun seasoning is warming, spicy, and slightly garlicky.
If that weren’t delicious enough, each grilled filet gets smothered in lemon butter right before plating.
All it needs now is a pinch of parsley or cilantro to finish it off.
8. Grilled Cod
Fish and chips is the most common cod dish. But there are a ton of other sensational cod recipes, including this.
A blend of garlic, paprika, and parsley enhances the sweet mild flavor.
Cook it until you get gorgeous char marks to also give it a smokey taste.
You know what’s in order now, don’t you? Grilled lemon wedges!
Meaty halibut is perfect for the grill!
Coat it with paprika, cumin, salt, and pepper. Also, add a generous coating of olive oil so they don’t stick.
Grill time will vary by the thickness of your filet. Typically, a couple of minutes per side is all it takes.
Ahi is my weakness! It’s meaty with a distinct slightly sweet taste that sets it apart from the rest.
The only way to savor a quality filet is to either eat it raw or give it a quick sear.
Since we’re talking about grilled fish, here’s how to do the latter.
You soak it in an umami marinade, coat it with sesame seeds, and grill it for about two minutes or less on each side.
The inside stays super juicy while the outside has a nice crispy sear.
Less fuss and minimal cleanup are what these foil packets are all about.
Coat salmon filets with avocado oil and sprinkle on the Italian seasoning.
Now, all you have to do is bundle them all up with a lemon slice or two.
While they grill, the foil traps all the flavors and juices inside so they turn out perfect every time.
Seafood is a big part of the Mediterranean diet.
So they certainly know a thing or two about grilling fish, including swordfish.
Each meaty filet is perfectly seasoned and grilled to perfection.
It’s garlicky, lemony, slightly spicy, and subtly sweet from the Spanish paprika.
They’re a fresh alternative to grilling up steaks and you get a dose of omega-3 fatty acids, too.
Red snapper is such a treat! The flavor is mild, slightly sweet, and a little nutty.
Unlike other types of fish, it doesn’t have a very “fishy” taste that some find off-putting.
That’s partly what makes this recipe so great.
The other part is how simple it is to make.
Rub the fish with olive oil, season with salt and pepper, then it’s time to grill.
I have a few individuals in my household that love salmon skins.
Whether you do too or you just love salmon, this one’s for you.
You grill the salmon skin side down so it gets nice and crispy. Then, you flip to finish it off.
The skins peel right off and it helps the fish cook perfectly.
So gobble it up if you like or pass it over to those who can’t get enough.
Zesty and fresh, this tilapia is very flavorful and incredibly easy.
It’s a great way to fix up tilapia for tacos, burritos, or as the main course.
If you’re feeling a little adventurous, add a splash of bourbon to the marinade. It gives these mild filets even more depth.
Trying to eat less red meat and more fish? This recipe makes it so easy!
You get a big juicy fish steak with a delectable yogurt sauce to match. It’s sort of like tzatziki, except a little sweeter.
The salmon steaks will need to spend about 10 minutes on the grill.
You want them flaky with some grill marks, but not overly charred.
When I feel like indulging in Japanese food, I make a big platter of easy sushi rolls and hamachi kama.
Hamachi kama is a Japanese delicacy and one of the greatest pleasures in life.
It’s the collar of yellowtail fish, which is super juicy and fatty. Really, it’s the best part!
All you need to make it at home are a couple of collars, soy sauce, yuzu, lemon, and salt.
18. Chilean Sea Bass
Every now and again I treat myself to a quality filet of sea bass. And this is one of my favorite ways to spruce it up.
It’s a Latin-inspired dish that’s limey, fresh, and popping with flavor.
The smokiness from the grill mixed with the adobo seasoning makes this fish even more mouthwatering.
Plus, there’s a fresh strawberry salsa you can spoon all over the top!
Here’s a flawless way to make sea bass that never gets old.
You season the fish, grill it skin side down, and baste it with garlic butter as it cooks.
The outside gets perfectly crisp while the butter infuses the flaky flesh with deliciousness.
Wondering what to do with all that rainbow trout you caught? Grill it up!
You don’t need to get all crazy with the seasoning. Stick with olive oil, butter, lemon, and garlic.
It’s very enticing and lets the delicate flavors shine.
I love how the simplicity of lemon and herbs enhances meaty walleye filets.
It’s a 30-minute recipe anyone can make and you can serve it in numerous ways.
Pile on the salsa or drizzle an avocado crema over the top. You can even turn it into tacos if you like.
Looking for a quick white fish dinner recipe? I have it right here!
This 20-minute meal is one the entire family will appreciate.
Each beautifully grilled filet has a rich topping of decadent piccata sauce.
It’s bright, garlicky, lemony, and very creamy with tiny bursts of salty capers.
Pair it with a side salad, grilled asparagus, or lemony couscous dish for a full meal.
Speaking of easy recipes, these foil packets are a game changer!
They let you have a scrumptious seafood dinner any night of the week in 30 minutes.
And you won’t have a pile of dishes waiting for you in the end.
That’s because each yummy packet has tilapia, squash, and asparagus inside.
Not only is it a complete meal, but it’s healthy, too!
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