Recipe by Kimber
"Very easy, but oh so good! This recipe will work with just about any kind of fish steak."
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8 (3 ounce) fillets
fresh tuna steaks, 1 inch thick
fresh lime juice
This is an excellent recipe, though I made a few adjustments. First, I marinated the fish (salmon and mahi mahi) overnight instead of for just one hour. Second I added a tablespoon of ginger and chili paste for a touch more complexity. Both fish were wonderful, I will be sure to use this again and again.
I tried this once on salmon & once on beef. The taste was fine, although rather subtle on the fish. There are other marinades on this site that I like better though. Just FYI, information on various web sites usually says to marinate fish no longer than an hour (& often even less).
Yummy. I cubed mine and made it into kabobs with Japanese eggplant and zucchini. I also tried the marinade on beef and it is equally delicious.
DELICIOUS! I used 1/2" thick "spot" fillets for this recipe. (spot is what they are called locally here in southeastern North Carolina, silver with a black spot and yellow markings; I don't know if they have other names elsewhere). I was afraid the difference in thickness would make the marinade too strong, but since I had about a pound of fillets, I decided to chance it. They were perfect, grilled in about 3 minutes on my indoor grill. YUMMY! Will be using this recipe again and again. My picky children wouldn't touch it though.
This diffently would be good on any fresh caught fish! We did Northern Pike. Tonight Salmon.
Totally excellent! This marinade is absolutely "perfect" for tuna!
I finally found a recipe that taste great with all the fish my husband catches. This is diffently a keeper.
I thought that this recipe was very nice but after the first time using it (I grilled mahi mahi)I thought the soy was a little overwhelming so I cut it back to 1/4 cup. I also made the mistake one time of using real sherry instead of cooking sherry and it definitely wasn't as tasty. Very good otherwise, a departure from sweeter marinades-
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grilled Fish Steaks
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 69
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