This past weekend, Andy was all excited to put our grill to work. He had ordered several replacement parts and made it look spiffy and new again. And the Grillmeister wanted to put it to work for dinner instead of sitting inside in front of a hot stove on a muggy evening. His idea was grilled swordfish. A few keystrokes later and I had found the following recipe, courtesy of Allrecipes:
We didn't buy that much swordfish, it being just the 2 of us. And at the suggestion of one of the comments on the recipe post, Andy just added a minced garlic clove on hand to the teriyaki marinade instead of buying garlic powder. Also, he also used vegetable oil instead of margarine for oiling the grate and basting.
DELICIOUS!!! Andy ate his traditionally, with a side of veggies. I chopped mine up and mixed it up into a fresh garden salad with balsamic vinaigrette. Either way it was soooo good. It was affordable, quick & cool to prepare, as well as tasty and hopefully healthy. The perfect choice for a warm summer evening.
Do you have any favorite recipes to cool down a warm summer evening?