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Swordfish Recipes??

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by LordOfTheRing, Jan 21, 2004.


  1. LordOfTheRing

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    Anyone have some swordfish recipes to try? I bought some frozen swordfish the other day, and want to know some good recipes for it.

    The rules:

    No mayonaise, mustard, vinegar, salad dressing, or the like. I won't eat the stuff.

    Bring on the recipes!
     

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  2. noway

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    Swordfish is my #3 fish in ranking ( salmon and dolphin are my #1&2)


    I like to smoke swordfish with hickery wood and coat the fish with a light olive oil or butter with a twrist of lemon or sour orange juice. A little sprinkle or thyme and served with pasta makes for a good meal.

    If you bake it, you can do the same above light olive/butter and thyme and maybe turn the fish over one time and bake no longer than 30-35mins@375degs. Don't try to over cook it or cook it over a low heat since it will dryout. Great fish and very good and flavorfull.
     

  3. Garweh

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    Rub the swordfish with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Grill on high over a preheated grill for about 3 minutes per side (assuming 1 to 1.5 inch thick steaks) for medium. Serve with homemade salsa (tomatoes, tomatillos, onion, garlic, serrano chilis, habanero chilis, cilantro, olive oil and lime juice). YUM!!!
     
  4. mhambi

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    Seared with cracked black peppercorn and lime.
     
  5. Cajun

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    grilled and basted(sp?) with a butter, garlic and lemon sauce

    I forgot the garlic!
     
  6. lethal tupperwa

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    cut thawed pieces in to 1/2inch thick slices.

    Heat olive oil in a frying pan and then add fennel seeds place the fish on top of the seeds. Salt and pepper turn when the (cooked color) is hafe way up the slice.

    In a hot pan this should me a minute or two the slice is thin.

    Serve by pouring some of the oil and seeds over for a sauce.