|Nothing Should Die, That I Might Live|
|by Josephine Bohen|
Recipes and commentary from a vegetarian kitchen. 'Nothing Should Die, That I Might Live', explores one person's decision to become 'meat free'.
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Mix the above and use as a marinade for fresh fish. I usually marinade 15-20 minutes. I use with tuna, salmon and grouper steaks.
Whisk together vinegar, ... basil. Pour over fish and marinate about 45 minutes, turning once before grilling. Grill and serve with mixed grilled vegetables.
Use with a firm fleshed fish (swordfish, mahi mahi, ... sauce. Stir in the basil. Pour over fish and marinate about 45 minutes, turning once, before grilling.
Marinate for 1 hour or so - turn after 30 minutes. Then grill, basting as fish cooks.
Marinade: combine first ... steady stream. Combine fish and marinade in ... spray. Place on grill and close cover ... side depending on thickness of fish.
Spray an ovenproof ... oil spray. Place fish in the dish ... drain and reserve marinade for basting; pour ... Meanwhile, grease the grill lightly with Pam ... with fresh lemon slices.
Combine all the above ingredients. Marinate fish for 30 minutes. Place on grill (medium heat). Grill ... Turn. Season with your favorite seafood seasonings.
Mix all ingredients well. Marinade fish 2 hours in refrigerator. Place fish on hot grill 8 to 14 minutes per side depending on thickness. Baste with marinade.
Combine marinade ingredients, add fish, cover and ... remove from heat. Grill the fish, brushing ... remaining marinade over cooked fish. Serves 4 to 6.
Place fish in glass casserole dish. Combine marinade ingredients and pour ... from marinade and grill over hot coals ... flakes easily with fork. Serves 4-6.
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