Grilled Swordfish with a Garlic Sauce
We are massive fish fans in this house and this is a quick, easy, family favourite often rustled up on a weekend; pure sunshine on a plate-‘happy food’ we call it, tasty and good for you to boot-your heart, vision and brain! What’s not to love?!
This recipe is my Dad’s, award winning restaurateur George Psarias of the Olive Tree Greek Restaurants.Do go check out their beautiful, newly designed (by my husband) website HERE.
…I always love to see what you’ve been cooking up so please do add your recipes, new, old and as many as you like to the linky #Tastytuesdays, if you fancy!
A few mentions from some truly stunning recipes linked up last week– one of my all time favourite loafs: Seeded Soda Bread by Julie’s Family Kitchen, a trio (or more) of delightful Café Gourmand (French coffee served with desserts) from Lou Messugo and last but not least, this utterly darling (and cleverly) Easter themed white chocolate coconut mousse from My Golden Pear-wow!
So show us your recipes this week, then 😉
4 swordfish steaks, 2cm /¾ in thick
ground black pepper
2 garlic cloves
2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra for serving
a little fresh oregano or finely chopped flatleaf parsley, to serve
200 ml dry white wine
Wash the swordfish steaks and pat dry. Rub with pepper on both sides, but not salt as it dries the fish.
Peel and cut the garlic into slivers.
Heat a heavy ridged griddle pan on the hob. Fry the garlic then place each steak onto the griddle pan. Cook for 3 minutes then turn over. Add the wine and cook for a further minute.
Serve with a little oregano or parsley.