Friday, January 7, 2011

Caribbean Jerk Fish




When I was on the coast a while back I got the chance to get some shrimp and a few pieces of fish that we have never tried and one of them was some grouper. I'm not sure about this fish I found it to be a little strong or maybe it was the recipe but it didn't appeal that much to me now wife thought it was pretty good but then she eats most anything. Does any one out there know about this fish or have a good recipe for it? Oh we did add some shrimp and it was good with the marinade may taste better grilled. This is a recipe from Zaar by breezermom.

2 Tablespoons jerk seasoning
1 cup olive oil
1 Tablespoon garlic chopped
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup orange juice
1 1/2 cups soy sauce
32 oz grouper fillets
(*note if doing again may only use 1 cup soy sauce)

Mix jerk seasoning olive oil,garlic,brown sugar,orange juice and soy sauce.
Place fish in marinade and cover and refrigerate for 2 to 4 hours.
Place fish in preheated skillet over med high heat and cook turnning the fish every minute for about 4 to five minutes until the fish is opaque.
serve immediatly

4 comments:

Kittina said...

The finished product looks good! How was it?

Also on a side note,
I know that you liked the Zaar because you could input ingredients and find recipes....have you tried http://www.supercook.com/ ? I just tried it, came up with quite a few recipes...

Wills Kitchen said...

Hi Kittina
Wife liked it much more than I did. I know this sounds crazy but it tasted to fishy for me. I guess I’m more used to pond raised catfish and tailpipe.
We have used that site but it is still not as good as the old Zaar.

The Japanese Redneck said...

Sorry, never had grouper before.

It does look good.

Hira said...

The jerk fish
is yummy.This recipe is very delicious and spicy.I will try this recipe.