A swordfish steak grilled with salt, pepper, and lemon juice. A shrimp skewer marinated in olive oil, lime juice and fresh garlic. From shrimp and oysters to swordfish and salmon, fresh seafood is great on the grill!
Grilling seafood is easier than you might think. The heat of the grill cooks fish and shellfish quickly, while keeping it moist, making it an easy and satisfying weeknight meal. Just make sure you oil the grill to prevent sticking.
Create warm and slightly crispy shrimp that pair well with a fresh bed of leafy greens. Marinate your peeled and de-veined shrimp in Brothers Marketplace Extra Virgin Olive Oil and lime juice with lime zest, chopped garlic, salt and pepper. Place them on a wooden or metal skewer and grill three minutes on each side, a little longer if you want them blackened edges. Remember to watch them closely so they don’t burn.
Add new flavor to oysters by cooking them on the grill. Grill oysters with rounded side down on a hot grill rack. Cover and cook them for two minutes or until they begin to open. Pair them with a drizzle of your favorite herb butter.
Cook something meaty that’s sure to satisfy: Swordfish. This fish takes on the smokiness of the grill and any flavors you add to it. For something simple, sprinkle your swordfish steaks with our Brothers Marketplace No-Salt Lemon Pepper or Blackening Rub. Experiment with flavors such as our Ginger Sesame Rub or for a more spicy option, use the Chipotle Paprika Rub. Or make your own marinade with olive oil, chopped rosemary and garlic, salt and pepper. Let it sit while refrigerated for 30 minutes and grill!
Grilled salmon is always a favorite. Keep your salmon simple yet delicious with fresh lemon, olive oil and a mix of fresh herbs. Or try grilling with a cedar plank to add an unmatched smoky, woodsy flavor. To use a cedar plank, soak it in salt water and heat it first on the grill. You can even try soaking the plank in wine, cider or sake for extra flavor! Then place your cut of fish on top and you’re ready to go.