Grill marinated shrimp on metal skewers so they cook evenly and are easier-than-ever to flip. Wrap the corn tortillas in a foil packet and toss them on the grill, too, so they're warm, pliable, and easy to stuff.
Salmon and leeks get the tender roasted treatment from the grill. But what really takes this 30-minute dinner recipe to the next level is the rosemary butter that melts into a luscious sauce once it’s brushed onto the warm fish and veggies.
Salmon burgers can be flaky and often need a little coaxing to stay together, so grill them on a cedar plank rather than a grill grate. Bonus: The cedar lends a light smoky quality to the patties.
Herb-marinated scallops taste gourmet once they're drizzled with a rich balsamic reduction. For a salty kick, wrap each scallop in a slice of prosciutto or bacon before grilling.
Think fish sandwiches only come coated in breading and served through a drive-up window? Think again! These grilled salmon sammies are freshened up with tangy orange slices and crunchy fennel.
Think of this quick and easy salad as a big, deconstructed grilled shrimp taco (hold the tortilla). With buttery avocado wedges, fresh tomato chunks, and sweet onion slices, it’s one flavorful, low-calorie meal.
Any firm whitefish, such as cod, halibut, or sea bass, can stand up well to cooking over an open flame. Seek out whichever variety looks freshest at your market, then grill and top with our simple homemade Roasted Tomato Salsa recipe.
Since shrimp cook in a flash, you can grill them right on the same skewer as your vegetables. Here, we call for sugar snap peas and cherry tomatoes, but feel free to swap in asparagus, sweet pepper, zucchini, or whatever vegetables are in season.
This grilled halibut recipe is made for warm summer days. The fish is simply dressed with a bit of oil, salt, and pepper before it hits the grill, so the jalapeno butter and fresh basil garnish can take center stage.
The carb-heavy Italian bread salad becomes a nutritious, well-balanced meal with the addition of grilled shrimp, tomatoes, sweet peppers, and zucchini.
For a budget-friendly meal, top grilled salmon with barbecue sauce and serve with grilled corn, jalapeno peppers, and sweet peppers.
This simple-to-fix fish grills up in just 8 minutes. A fruity salsa of fresh strawberries, chile peppers, cilantro, and cumin seeds jazzes up the bass.
A spicy marinade featuring a splash of tequila flavors the fish in this Yucatan-inspired dish. Marinate the fish for just 30 minutes; if it sits much longer, the acidic lime juice will "cook" it.
A garden-fresh mixture of celery, green onion, tarragon, lemon juice, and mayonnaise tops this simple salmon grill. Serve it with fresh grilled asparagus.
Sarandeado is a grilled fish dish that originated in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The authentic version generally features a whole fish, but our recipe calls for quick-cooking fillets.