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Favourite Grilled Fish Recipes For A Bank Holiday BBQBack «
27 May 2016
If weather forecasts are to be believed, the UK is in for a blazing hot bank holiday weekend, with highs of 30 degrees C expected in some areas of the country.
That means houses all over the country will be dusting off their barbecues and thinking of different recipes to astound their friends and families with.
Here are some of our favourite grilled fish recipes that never fail to impress.
We’ve all heard of chicken tikka, but cook salmon tikka on your barbecue and your guests will definitely be asking for more.
You need to make a marinade with yoghurt, olive oil, turmeric, mild chilli powder and cumin seeds. After rubbing your fresh salmon fillets with grated root ginger and crushed garlic cloves, coat them in the sauce and leave it to soak in.
Simply grill on the barbecue for a few minutes each side, until each fillet is cooked. Serve with mint Greek yoghurt and a warm flatbread.
Prawn kebabs are a favourite on the barbecue, so you can guarantee your loved ones will happily tuck into these roasted chilli prawns.
All you need to do is dry-free chillies and garlic until blackened before removing the seeds and taking off loose skin. Blend them with garlic, tomato puree, chilli flakes, red wine vinegar, paprika, olive oil, water and salt.
Once you have deveined the prawns, toss them in the sauce and place on skewers. Then simply barbecue on a grill for five minutes on each side.
Serve this Brazilian-inspired recipe with the rest of the sauce and some spicy rice for an alternative barbecue dish this weekend.
Tilapia With Pineapple Salsa
For a sweet and savoury dish, try grilling fillets of tilapia with oil and lime juice drizzled on top.
Then make a pineapple salsa with fresh pineapple, onions, green pepper, lime juice, fresh coriander, cayenne pepper and salt.
Once the fish is cooked, serve with the salsa for a filling and refreshing meal.
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