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Red's Grilled Lemon Pepper Atlantic Cod Fillets

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I've been on a seafood kick lately...Mrs. Red found a couple frozen Atlantic Cod fillets that looked pretty good (its often a challenge to find fresh fish and seafood in our part of the country).  Here's an easy recipe that we really like for grilled fish:

 

Marinade Ingredients:

 

6 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice 

1/4 cup melted butter

2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

 

Put fish fillets and marinade in a large ziplock bag, and marinate in the fridge for at least an hour (longer is better).  Take the fish fillets out and discard the marinade.  Add salt and lemon pepper to taste.

 

2 - 6 oz. Cod Fillets...Marinated and seasoned...about to go on the grill

 

 

Got the grill up to 500*, coated the grill grates with canola cooking spray, then laid these on.  Grilled the fillets for about 4-5 minutes on each side.

 

 

Done, and plated with roasted onion-seasoned potatoes, and fresh cole slaw.

 

 

 

A closer look...moist, flaky and delicious!

 

 

 

Thanks for stopping by...

 

Red

post #2 of 12

Man they look good, Red.

 

I an gonna have to try some fish on the grill.

post #3 of 12
Looks real good Red, very tasty lookin meal indeed ! drool.gif The seafood restaurants don't have nothin on you my friend ! Great cook as always ! beercheer.gif
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post
 

Man they look good, Red.

 

I an gonna have to try some fish on the grill.

 

Thanks Adam!  Give some grilled fish a try...its great!

 

Red

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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

Looks real good Red, very tasty lookin meal indeed ! drool.gif The seafood restaurants don't have nothin on you my friend ! Great cook as always ! beercheer.gif

 

Thanks Justin for the kind words!  thumb1.gif

 

Red

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Another fine meal Red!  :drool  I bet that didn't last long at all! I know what you mean about finding fresh fish & seafood - there's not much here in the sticks where I live either... I'm hoping for a summer seafood sale somewhere!  :yahoo:  Great meal man!  :beercheer:

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Now that looks so soft and moist and magnificent!!!!!!!!! Great job! Cheers and happy hump day!!!!!!!!!!!! - Leah

post #8 of 12
Looks delicious. Bet it tastes too. I love cod (or whatever they sell us labelled as cod).
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Another fine meal Red!  :drool  I bet that didn't last long at all! I know what you mean about finding fresh fish & seafood - there's not much here in the sticks where I live either... I'm hoping for a summer seafood sale somewhere!  :yahoo:  Great meal man!  :beercheer:

 

Thanks Jeremy!  We have one market nearby that's got a decent meat counter...they have some "fresh" seafood from time to time but its hit or miss.  That's one of the few things I really miss about my years on the Left Coast...no end to freshly-caught seafood.  When you can buy it within hours of when it came off the boat...that's fresh!

 

Red

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Originally Posted by Leah Elisheva View Post
 

Now that looks so soft and moist and magnificent!!!!!!!!! Great job! Cheers and happy hump day!!!!!!!!!!!! - Leah

 

Thank you Leah!  Happy Wednesday to you as well!

 

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Originally Posted by atomicsmoke View Post

Looks delicious. Bet it tastes too. I love cod (or whatever they sell us labelled as cod).

 

Thanks atomicsmoke!  It was definitely delicious.

 

Red


Edited by SeenRed - 5/28/14 at 6:59am
post #11 of 12

Holy Mackerel... I mean Cod! Those look so good Red. A flakey fish like that can be a tough grill. Those are Expertly Executed my friend! b

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Holy Mackerel... I mean Cod! Those look so good Red. A flakey fish like that can be a tough grill. Those are Expertly Executed my friend! b

LOL thanks Brian! You're right about flaky fish being tricky on the grill...I've had them fall completely apart, but was lucky this time.

Red
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