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That's a shame, because BBQ fish, cooked slow and low over smoky heat, is arguably the best way I can think of to eat fish. And yes, I love fried fish as much as the next guy. But barbecued fish adds smoky flavor, whatever barbecue rub or sauce you like, plus the gentle heat is a great insurance policy against overcooking your fish. You can cook Barbecued fish,and barbecue sauce for fish using 15 ingredients and 1 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Barbecued fish,and barbecue sauce for fish
- It’s 1 of Medium-sized fish.
- You need of to taste Salt.
- It’s of to taste Pepper.
- Prepare of Butter to taste.
- You need of For sauce.
- Prepare of Pan drippings.
- You need 1 1/2 cups of boiling water.
- Prepare of Salt.
- Prepare of Pepper.
- Prepare of A-1 sauce.
- It’s of Few drops tabasco.
- It’s of Dry mustard.
- It’s of Red pepper.
- You need of Chili powder.
- Prepare of Paprika.
This collection of barbecue fish recipes is packed with plenty of summer seafood inspiration. Sausages, burgers and chicken drumsticks are what the majority of us throw on the barbecue when the weather gets warm, but fish is one of the most well-suited proteins to be given the flame-grilled treatment. The skin crisps up, cooking is done in a matter of minutes and the charred, smoky flavours. Bob makes this barbecue sauce by the gallon at the Wildcatter.
Barbecued fish,and barbecue sauce for fish step by step
- Scale,clean,wash and dry fis. Split down the back and remove backbone. Place skin side down in pan,add seasoning,butter and brown in a 400 oven. Baste fish with butter while cooking. When golden brown, place over medium flame on top of stove and prepare sauce. Blend all the ingredients for sauce,stir and cook 2 minutes. Pour over fish..
You can use it on tilapia, catfish, or shrimp, too. Alternatively, heat a little oil in a frying. A selection of sauces, relishes and sides go beautifully with barbecued fish. Salsa verde, tartare sauce, tomato mayo, citrus mayo, sweet chilli dip or avocado dip are all great options. Simply grilled vegetables such as tomatoes, courgettes and peppers or citrus-dressed salads also make worthy accompaniments.