BBQ Parsley Fish
Warmer days are fast approaching so it's time to wipe off the cobwebs from your barbecue and get cooking! Here's a really simple, fresh recipe to get you going. The fish absorbs the beautiful flavours of the parsley dressing which goes so nicely with the charring of the barbecue.
2 x 180g firm white fish fillets (I like to use Blue Grenadier)
½ bunch fresh parsley
½-1 lemon juiced
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tablespoon olive oil
pinch of sea salt.
Turn on your barbecue to heat it up.
Make the parsley dressing by placing all ingredients, starting with only the juice of a ½ lemon, in a food processor and blend until it is well combined. You want the mixture to be slightly runny so you may need to add the juice of other ½ of the lemon.
Prepare 2 separate pieces of aluminium foil with a smaller piece of parchment paper inside. Place the fish on the parchment paper and top each fillet with 2 tablespoons of the parsley dressing. Spread the dressing so that it covers the entire fish. Wrap the ends of the aluminium foil so that the fish is enclosed.
Cook on the barbecue for 20 minutes, turning them once half way. Remove from the barbecue, unwrap and serve with a beautiful fresh salad and some extra lemon.
Note, this can be prepared in the oven as well by baking for 20-25 minutes at 180 degrees.