Open the foil packet to make the fish steak visible. This recipe takes under 30 minutes and clean up is easy using aluminum foil packs.
Finally, the chilly weather is on its way out, and we can enjoy the brighter, sunny days of summer. I don’t know about you, but this past winter was cold, and I am ready for flip-flops, tank tops and shorts.
Grouper is a firm white fish that is flaky and moist with a distinct mild flavor. The fish is steamed in a foil pouch in its own juices and delivers great flavor.
Grouper is an easy to make white fish that is mild in flavor and available just about anywhere. I used an Italian seasoning, but any mix of dried oregano, basil, rosemary, garlic salt and parsley will do.
Add in the fact that grilled grouper with mango salsa is very healthy, low in calories, and chock-full of vitamins and all things good for you, and it’s the perfect entrée! Saturday was beautiful, and we decided it was a perfect day to grill something and eat outside.
Finally, after much discussion, we settled on grouper, which is our favorite fish and perfect for grilling. My husband, who is the grille in our family, fired up his Green Egg, and less than 30 minutes later we had some of the most delicious grouper I have ever eaten.
Fresh grouper is a lean, moist fish with a distinctive yet mild flavor, large white flakes and a firm texture. For the mango salsa, you will need fresh mangoes, red and green bell peppers, a shallot, crushed pineapple, jalapeños, parsley, two cloves of garlic, lemon or lime juice, and salt and pepper.
Since there are only two of us, we made grilled grouper and mango salsa tacos with the leftovers the next night for dinner. Just heat up four flour tortillas in the oven; once they are warm, add the grouper, a little shredded cabbage and mango salsa; and voilà, another scrumptious dinner on the table in less than 10 minutes.
Sharon Rigs by is the blogger behind Grits and Pine cones, a Southern cooking and hospitality blog, featuring recipes that are quick and easy. If you don’t have either of these, first make sure your grill grate is squeaky clean, then liberally oil the grate using tongs holding a folded paper towel which has been soaked in vegetable oil to ensure your fish doesn’t stick.
While the grill is heating up, add the mango, red and green bell pepper, jalapeño, crushed pineapple and juice, garlic, shallots, lemon or lime juice and parsley to a large bowl and mix well. The salsa can also be made 24-48 hours ahead of time to allow the flavors to develop.
When your grill and fish grate are hot, add your fillets and close the lid. To check to see if your fish is done, take a fork and gently pull back a section in the center.
The goal is to pull the fish off right before it completely finishes cooking and then let it rest loosely covered with aluminum foil for about 10 minutes. To serve, place a fillet on a plate and spoon mango salsa over the top.
Fish in the foil packets will never burn, never stick and never fall into the grill ! All you need to do is put pieces of butter and lemon slices on the fish fillet, wrap fish in foil and then throw it on the grill (or in the oven).
Put the fish on the foil, sprinkle with salt, pepper and your favorite seasonings. Put chunks of butter and lemon slices on top of the fish.
Unwrap 1 foil packet to check for oneness (the fish should be opaque and flake easily with a fork). If not done, wrap it back and cook the fish for 5 more minutes.
Grilled Grouper is like a taste of summer anytime you fix it. I became acquainted with Grouper when I started traveling to Florida and going on fishing expeditions.
The fish has a milt to sweet flavor, and is great whether you grill it, pan cook it, broil it or fry it. In fact, fried Grouper sandwiches are a main stay in the Destiny / Fort Walton Beach area.
To put it simply, Grouper is primarily a salt water fish that can become quite large. Most people mistakenly think they are called grouper because they travel in groups.
Proper Equipment : I cover this in the video, but please have a good, thin, metal spatula on hand. In the warmer months, I crave cool white wines and fresh seafood.
Being landlocked in the middle of the country here in St. Louis, one would think I wouldn’t have much opportunity for good seafood. Files and the Chopped Heralding the Crawdad’s Classics SauceRemove the pot from the stove and let cool.
Brush the Pan Grilled Grouper with the SauceAfter another four to five minutes over the high heat, the grouper files firm up nicely, and is browned on the other side, remove from the grill pan and plate: The Other Ileitis is a wonderful, savory, fresh pan grilled grouper recipe that was fantastic on a warm, summer evening with a glass of white.
A nice little Charlie you have any questions about the above dish please feel free to comment below or shoot me an email. Melt the butter in a pan along with the garlic, olive oil, Asiago and the rub Remove the pot from the stove and let cool.
Scott Thomas, the Original Grilling’ Fool, was sent off to college with a suitcase and a grill where he overcooked, undercooked and burned every piece of meat he could find. After thousands of failures, and quite a few successes, nearly two decades later he started a website to show step by step, picture by picture, foolproof instructions on how to make great things out of doors so that others don’t have to repeat the mistakes he’s made on the grill.