This grilled fish recipe will help you turn 5 ingredients into a meal that you can serve in about 30 minutes. You can find lemon curd at many grocery stores, farmer’s markets, or make your own using this recipe. You may also try substituting with lemon pie filling, in a pinch!
Did you know that Haddock is actually a member of the cod family? It seems that all my favorite white fish varieties have a cod relation – although I also learned that Black Cod (or Sablefish) isn’t cod at all. They just look similar. The things you learn when sharing a fish recipe!
Haddock isn’t a fish that has a strong flavor, so my favorite recipes are those that add some spice to kick up the flavor. The flavor combination in this recipe is likely one you haven’t seen often in the past – fresh and creamy lemon curd combined with the rich spice of curry. The balance of these two flavors was really interesting and a taste I am happy to share with you.
We used Sizzlefish Haddock (affiliate link) for this recipe, but you can use your fish of choice.
- 2 portions [url href=”http://bit.ly/sizzlefish” target=”_blank”]Sizzlefish Haddock[/url] (affiliate)
- 1 tablespoon lemon curd
- 1/4 teaspoon curry powder
- 1/4 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
- 1/4 teaspoon paprika
- Combine all ingredients (except fish) in a small bowl. Place fish on aluminum foil and pour sauce over fish. Allow fish to marinate while you pre-heat the grill to 400 degrees.
- Place aluminum foil with sauce covered fish directly onto pre-heated grill. Cook for 10-12 minutes, or until fish is opaque.
Not only is this a quick & easy recipe (on the table in less than 30 minutes), but it’s also a very easy cleanup. You can marinate the fish directly on the foil that you place on the grill – just ball it up and throw it in the trash when you’re finished cooking. Just one more way to save a little extra time in the kitchen.