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"Instead of two tbs paprika I used 1 1/2 tbs paprika and 1/2 tbs cayenne pepper. It was just hot enough. Very good flavor! I had swai fish on hand so used that. I will definitely try it on salmon next time."- marybradshaw
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1) Rinse the fish steaks under cold running water, then drain and blot dry with paper towels. Place in a nonreactive baking dish just large enough to hold them flat in a single layer and set asside while you prepare the marinade.
2) Combine the garlic, onion, bell pepper, oil, wine, ketchup, paprika, salt, and black pepper in a blender and process to a smooth puree. Add the cilantro and pulse just to mix. Marinate fish for 1 to 1 1/2 hours.
3) Preheat the grill to high.
4) When ready to cook, oil the grill grate. Remove the fish steaks from the marinade and arrange, facing the same direction, on the hot grate. If using tuna, grill until cooked to taste, 3 to 4 minutes per side for medium rare, turning over carefully with a long spatula. For and attractive crosshatch of grill marks, rotate the steaks 90 after the first 2 minutes on each side.
5) Transfer the steaks to serving plates or a platter and serve immediately.
Note: When cooking Swordfish or Salmon, cook the steaks until opaque in the center when pierced with a knife, 4 to 6 minutes per side.
We really enjoyed this meal. We will be making this again in the future.
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marybradshaw 2 months agoInstead of two tbs paprika I used 1 1/2 tbs paprika and 1/2 tbs cayenne pepper. It was just hot enough. Very good flavor! I had swai fish on hand so used that. I will definitely try it on salmon next time.
QldTreefrog 2 months agoVery yummy!! I used red snapper fillets. I only had smoked paprika but I didn't want an overwhelming smoked flavour, so I only used 4 teaspoons. Great recipie. :)
Deejay1964 3 months agoWe don't eat much fish and this was incredible and very easy to prepare.
KristySim 7 months agoVery delicious marinade. Made a nice sauce out of the remaining portion
hollyloveland 7 months agoThe marinade smelled absolutely divine, however, it was just ok and we had to use tartar sauce to make it more enjoyable to eat. Was disappointed.
SonyaN 9 months agoNot enough volume to work in my blender (Ninja has a flat bottom). We however liked the large chunks of onion. Next time I will marinade more onions with it and grill with the fish. Tasty!
mchakra 10 months agoGreat
admrink 10 months agoVery tasty but blender didn't work so I just put it all in zip lock bag. Still delicious!
kerync13 10 months agoLove it! One of the best marinades I've tried.
ReverendKen 11 month agoThis is also a good recipe, but I preferred basalmic vinegar to red wine. Reverend Ken J. Gertner
JRowler 1 year agoUsed on Tuna...VERY VERY good! (Just a bit too much on garlic for my husband)
denisruest 1 year ago
bethestevesprovoste 1 year ago
paulavaskeroeterdink 1 year agoStrong and tasty marinade. Works well with baked fish as well.
Patriot034 1 year agoone of the best salmon recipes I've ever tried!!!
Dklynt 1 year agoEveryone loved - even my non-fish eater. Cilantro and garlic are a great combo with the other ingredients. I made it using salmon. Would definitely make again - added to my favorites.
alexandrecloutiergervais 1 year agogood receipe, wiil do it again
zharmaineborrasleanzon 1 year agoreally good! all my family loves this! used Salmon, delicious! especially with creamy dill sauce
DrgnHrt 2 years agoVery flavorful! We tried it out on tuna steaks, but I can't wait to try it out on a salmon filet. ;)
Bilvy 2 years agoReally really good but missing heat! Il make it again!!!!!