Lemon-Rosemary Swordfish en Papillote is a scrumptious, fresh and impressive entrée that’s also good for you. Fresh swordfish fillets are marinated and baked in parchment paper paper together with fresh lemon, rosemary, garlic, olive oil and vinegar. So easy, so impressive!
This was the first swordfish I've seen in quite a long time. It was excellent. You could use cod, or another white fish. Adjust grilling time to thickness.
This quick and easy grilled swordfish has a naturally mild and sweet flavor with some simple seasoning and a perfect sear! This meaty, firm fish is the perfect protein to make on the grill. Pair it with a salad and a glass of wine and you’ll have yourself a healthy and delicious dinner!
A recipe for a grilled Swordfish steak that is cooked to perfection and served with a creamy lemon-dill aioli sauce.
This summer swordfish recipe is both decadent and vibrant with a fresh summer salsa and rich scallion sour cream mashed potatoes.
These air fryer swordfish steaks make the perfect weeknight meal. They're ready in just 15 minutes and are packed with flavor.
How to make Baked Swordfish. INGREDIENTS: Serves 4 4 swordfish fillets1 teaspoon paprika1/2 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon black pepper1/8 teaspoon red pepper flakes1 teaspoon parsley1/2 teaspoon garlic powder2 teaspoons olive oil METHOD: Pre-heat the oven to 400 F / 200 C.Coat the swordfish with olive o
How to make Grilled Swordfish with Citrus and Saffron. Ingredients for 4 servings: 4 – 5 ounce swordfish or tuna steaks, cut 1 inch thick1/2 cup thinly sliced green onions (scallions)1 clove garlic, minced2 tablespoons olive oil1/4 teaspoon saffron threads2 blood oranges or pink grapefruit1 lemon2 t
How to make Pan Grilled Swordfish. INGREDIENTS: Serves 2 (2) Fillets of Swordfish(2) Tbsp Extra Virgin Spanish Olive Oil(1) Clove Garlic Minced(1/2) LemonFresh ParsleySea Salt INSTRUCTIONS: Using a mortar & pessel, add 1 minced garlic and mash with the pessel until you get a pasteAdd a generous
How to make Swordfish & Mixed Herbs. INGREDIENTS: Serves 2 (2) Fresh Swordfish Steaks(2) Tbsp Extra Virgin Spanish Olive Oil(1/2) Tsp Dried Thyme(2) Tbsp Freshly Chopped Parsley(1/2) Cup White Wine(2) Tsp Fresh Lemon JuiceSea SaltFreshly Cracked Black Pepper INSTRUCTIONS: Season 2 fresh swordfis
My quick and easy pan-seared swordfish is exactly what you need for a simple but delightfully tasty weeknight seafood dinner! It’s lightly seasoned with a buttery lemon pepper sauce and it’s on the table in no time at all!
With Caramelized Shallot-Wasabi Cream SauceThis is what I love about being a cooking family … the kids start adding to the recipe collection and it’s great fun to see what they come up with! This recipe is my son Joel’s concoction. He loves to get creative in the kitchen and is always pondering new and clever ideas for interesting food combinations. It’s his respite from the day to day grind of his high-tech job. We are the lucky beneficiaries of this pastime! He made this dish for us a few weeks ago, and when I made it later to document it, I realized that his caramelized shallot-wasabi cream sauce, which he created for a swordfish dinner many years ago, would be a wonderful complement to this chicken! If you’re inclined to make the sauce, great, but if not, the chicken stands alone and is an easy dinner to prepare. Toss it on the grill for about 5-10 minutes per side and dinner is served!
This is a quick and easy recipe that produced a really light, zesty and refreshing finish to the palette. Perfect for a sunny day lunch!