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ACubed Thu 04-Aug-16 08:50:16

Hello All,
We're having a bbq later this month with a fair few pescetarians coming. I'd love to do some nice fish on there, but I'm a bit worried about it just sticking / going badly wrong. Has anyone had any experience with this, or got any suggestions?
I've done big prawns before which workers well , but that's it.
Thanks so much!
A

YelloDraw Thu 04-Aug-16 11:56:13

Something 'meaty' like tuna sword fish or monk fish works well.

Also whole sardines threaded onto skewers is divine.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Thu 04-Aug-16 11:57:39

Salmon works really well, I do it skin side down first on the hot plate part of the BBQ.

Zhx3 Thu 04-Aug-16 12:05:28

Whole bream would be nice! A fish "cage" is good, you can turn it without worrying about it falling apart.

DXBMermaid Thu 04-Aug-16 12:15:42

I had been given one of those wooden boards to smoke food on the bbq on. We had salmon and it was amazing!

You need to soak the board in water for a few hours. Put a seasonsed salmon filet on top on the bbq and 20 min it's done!

(Works best if you bbq has a lid).

ACubed Thu 04-Aug-16 13:21:54

Ooh great ideas everyone, thanks

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