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    Grilled Fish

    Love the sport of spearfishing but don't have an inkling on how to cook a fish? In this new series founder and owner of Adreno, Tim Neilsen, will show you how to Cook Your Catch.

    Nothing quite beats the taste of fresh fish cooked over hot charcoals. Whether you're cooking on a fire at the beach, or over charcoal grill at home, this is a magnificently simple way to Cook Your Catch. Drizzle fillets with garlic and butter, or cook whole after rubbing in some salt for a crispy skinned finish. We promise you're in for a treat if you try this Grilled Fish recipe at your next BBQ!

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    • Whole fish or fish fillets/cutlets
    • Soy sauce
    • Lemon
    • Garlic butter
    • Salt
    • Rosemary (optional)


    Grilled Fish
    1. Slice whole fish down to the bone
    2. Rub salt into skin making sure to get into the grooves
    3. Rub soy sauce into both sides of fish
    4. Place whole fish onto grill and allow to cook for about 10 to 15 minutes until fish is cooked through, turning in between
    5. Cover fish fillets in salt, lemon juice and the garlic butter
    6. Place fish fillets onto grill and cook until cooked through
    7. Add rosemary into char griller to get the flavour in the smoke
    8. Serve with favourite side dishes