|Standard Paper-Bag Cookery (1912)|
|by Emma Paddock Telford|
Published originally in 1912, this volume aims to provide housewives with an economic and labor-saving manner for creating delicious family meals.
11 - 20 of 41 for grilled fish sauce
Combine all ingredients in plastic bag. Add fish. Marinate 2 hours. Oil grill and grill fish 4-5 minutes per side or done to taste.
Mix all ingredients, except fish fillets, pour over ... marinade. Cover and grill fish about 4 ... necessary - garnish with orange slices if desired. 4 servings.
Use with a firm fleshed fish (swordfish, mahi mahi, ... and hot pepper sauce. Stir in ... fish and marinate about 45 minutes, turning once, before grilling.
Place fish in glass casserole ... from marinade and grill over hot coals ... approximately 10 minutes per side or until fish flakes easily with fork. Serves 4-6.
Whisk together vinegar, oil and hot pepper sauce. Stir in basil. Pour over fish and marinate about ... once before grilling. Grill and serve with mixed grilled vegetables.
Marinate fish in Italian dressing, ... and paprika. Cover grill with foil. Place ... brush with barbecue sauce. Cook until ... Remove from grill and serve.
Place the fish in a glass ... one side of grill and light. When ... (overcooked). Discard the remaining marinade. Total Cooking Time: 8 minutes. Serves 6.
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.
Marinade: combine first ... steady stream. Combine fish and marinade in ... spray. Place on grill and close cover ... side depending on thickness of fish.
Mix all ingredients and pour over fillets. Refrigerate covered for 2 hours. Grill until fish flakes.
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