Grilled Swordfish
with a
Parsley, Oregano
& Thyme Marinade

Parsley, Oregano and Thyme, a beautiful combination of aromatics to excite the culinary senses. But when you blend these herbs with finely minced shallots and garlic, fresh cracked pepper, olive oil, lemon and wine, it's enough to drive the salivary glands crazy! But I was patient.. I mixed these ingredients together, poured them over the swordfish, put it in the refrigerator and waited.
But just for 30 - 40 minutes while I prepped the rest of dinner.

The potatoes were quite easy as well. I par boiled small red potatoes till a fork inserted easily. I then cut the potatoes in half and poured some of the herb marinade over them, tossing to coat and sauteed in a hot skillet till golden with a nice browned crust.

While the potatoes were sauteing I fired up the grill to medium high. With the fish on the grill, brush the extra marinade on it during it's cooking time. The swordfish should be cooked for approximately 4-5 minutes per side (It is recommended that a fish of a 1 inch thickness should be cooked for ten minutes).

Marinade Ingredients
1/4 Cup Olive Oil
2 Tablespoons Juice from ripe Lemon
3/4 cup white wine (I like a Penot Grigio with fish)
1/2 cup packed finely chopped Parsley, Oregano, Thyme
Fresh Ground Black Pepper to taste (three - four twists of the mill on fine)
pinch of sea salt
1/4 tsp. red pepper flakes
2 cloves fresh garlic finely minced
1/2 of a shallot finely minced

Whisk ingredients well. Pour some over the swordfish steaks reserving some for the potatoes and for brushing on the steaks while grilling. Let steaks rest in refrigerator while your prepping your dinner.

Buon Appetito!


Bellini Valli said...

So flavourful Linda. Can't wait to try this on the barbecue. This marinade would work so well with everything grilled!

Joanne said...

You have such a knack for pairing flavors together! I love this dish.

The Duo Dishes said...

The great thing about fish is that it marinates quickly. You can have a fab dinner on the table in less than an hour. Like this!

The Food Hunter said...

I love the combination of flavors in this fish dish.

Proud Italian Cook said...

If I was next to you you would be hearing me say, Mmmmmmm! Too good for words Laurie.

Lori Lynn said...

One of my favorite fishes. Your marinade does it proud!

Lynn Richards said...

oh, yummmm! I will definitely try this one!!!

weber gas grill said...

I really like grilling! This is probably the easiest way to cook!

Kathlyn said...

How come when I click on a recipe that looks delicious, I get sent right to you? Can't wait to try this!