Delicious and seasoned swordfish simply grilled and seared to perfection! This tender grilled swordfish has a flavorful marinade of spices that give the fish maximum flavor.
Grilling in the summertime is such an easy idea for dinner. I also love not having to heat up my kitchen, and grilling just makes meat and fish extra tasty! A few of my favorite grilling recipes you have to try is this chicken, these amazing steak skewers, or this incredible salmon.
What Does Grilled Swordfish Taste Like?
The world needs to know how delicious swordfish is! Most people reach for more common choices of fish, but I am telling you, swordfish is a MUST! So tender and full of flavor, and the spices on the outside are the star of this dish. It sounds so fancy but it’s actually really
This swordfish recipe will leave you wanting to season and grill fish every day of the week. I could not stop eating this fish, it was incredible! If you are looking for more fish dishes I can’t live without then you should try cod, shrimp, or lobster!
Ingredients Needed to Make Grilled Swordfish
It only takes a handful of simple ingredients to make this amazing grilled swordfish! Combined, they create something that rivals even the best seafood restaurants! You’re going to love the texture of the fish and how it turns out.
- Fish Seasoning: This is the #1 best fish seasoning and the secret to this amazing swordfish recipe!
- Olive Oil: Olive oil serves as the base of the marinade for the fish.
- Garlic Cloves: Fresh garlic always! Feel free to use jarred minced garlic if that is easier.
- Soy Sauce: This salty, flavorful soy sauce helps tenderize the fish as it marinates.
- Worcestershire Sauce: A little smokey flavor from Worcestershire sauce added in is yummy.
- Lemon: Just the juice of one lemon! Lemon is the greatest flavor for fish.
- Swordfish Steaks: One pound of swordfish steaks for this recipe!
- Lemon and Parsley: Fresh lemon and parsley garnish and brighten the flavors of this dish. It also makes the presentation beautiful.
How To Make Grilled Swordfish
Grilling swordfish could not be any easier with my recipe! It is an easy marinade with easy grilling instructions. Once you marinate the fish, all you have left is the grilling, And it tastes like you have the secret to the best-grilled swordfish in town!
- Make the marinade: In a ziplock bag, combine the fish seasoning, olive oil, garlic, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and lemon juice.
- Marinate Swordfish: Add the swordfish steaks to the bag and let marinate for at least 30 minutes.
- Grill Swordfish: Preheat the grill to high. Then, add the steaks to the grill and grill for 4-6 minutes on one side, and then flip. The fish will flake easily when done but maintain firmness.
- Garnish and Serve: Garnish the grilled swordfish with lemons and parsley. Then you can serve and enjoy!
Benefits of Swordfish
Is grilled swordfish a healthy fish to eat? You bet it is! Swordfish are packed with nutrients and a great option when it comes to getting more fish in your diet. Keep reading to learn the health benefits of swordfish.
- Heart Healthy Benefits: Swordfish provides an excellent source of selenium. Selenium is a micronutrient that offers important cancer-fighting and heart health benefits.
- Low-calorie: Swordfish is low in calories, and most of the calories from swordfish come from protein. Because it also has no carbohydrates, swordfish is a great option for a healthy meal.
- High in Protein: Swordfish is a great source of protein. It has 20 grams of protein in a 3 oz portion which is awesome!
- Vitamins & Minerals: Swordfish are high in Vitamin D, which is important in calcium absorption and bone health. It is also rich in other vitamins and minerals such as zinc, vitamin A, E, b12, and omega-3 fatty acids. All are highly beneficial to our health!
Although grilled swordfish is best served right away, here’s how to store your swordfish to keep it tasting as delicious as it was the day you made it!
- In the Refrigerator: Once it has cooled, then place it in an airtight container or wrap it tightly in plastic wrap. Put it in your fridge, and your fish will stay good for up to 3 days.
- Reheating: The quickest way to reheat your grilled swordfish is in the air fryer for about 3 minutes at 350 degrees. You can also reheat it over medium heat on the stove with a little melted butter in the pan.
In a ziplock bag combine the fish seasoning, olive oil, garlic, soy sauce, worcherstershire sauce, and lemon juice.
Add the swordfish steaks to the bag and let marinate for at least 30 minutes.
Preheat the grill to high. Add the steaks to the grill and grill for 4-6 minutes on one side and then flip. The fish will flake easily when done but maintain the firmness.
Garnish with lemons and parsley.
Serving3ouncesCalories417kcal (21%)Carbohydrates3g (1%)Protein23g (46%)Fat35g (54%)Saturated Fat6g (30%)Polyunsaturated Fat4gMonounsaturated Fat23gTrans Fat0.1gCholesterol75mg (25%)Sodium400mg (17%)Potassium541mg (15%)Fiber0.3g (1%)Sugar1g (1%)Vitamin A192IU (4%)Vitamin C1mg (1%)Calcium35mg (4%)Iron2mg (11%)
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.
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