Try this recipe for Blackened Fish on the Grill with just the perfect KICK of seasoning! It’s a super easy grilled fish recipe your family will love.
Grilled Fish Recipe
My husband loves to grill something–and lucky for us.
Summer months in the south are humid where a hot kitchen is avoided at all cost. So the Smith House is thankful for grilling. And if you’ve read Written Reality for long, you know just how much fun we have experimenting with what we can toss on the grill and the delicious meals we can create.
Last week, Hubby tried a new seasoning on the fish he grilled. New for us, anyway. A co-worker had suggested it, and so we thought we’d give it a go. It’s called Blackened Redfish Magic from the Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Magic Seasoning Blends collection.
We loved it! All of us gave it a 5 Star review.
The brand describes itself as “a spice rack in a bottle” and I agree. The blend of seasonings is perfect, and I can’t wait to try it sprinkled on other things, like chicken or a fresh vegetable blend. Seriously, it’s that good.
At first, I was concerned it would be too spicy. I mean, one look at the bottle says: Tongue Torch, BEWARE! Ever read the fine print? This one is from New Orleans, and take a look at Chef Paul. Is that a smile conveying, “This is delicious,” or is it more of a “good luck eating this one” devious laugh?
The Perfect Kick of Seasoning
Although my husband and son love the heat, my younger son and I DO NOT. I’m not a fan of torturing my palate, but this one has just the right kick to celebrate the fish rather than overpower it, and if seasoned evenly, adds a wonderful flavor that can easily be adjusted to suit your taste.
Like the Smokehouse Maple Chicken, it’s an easy one, making it a perfect grilling solution when you want a quick go-to meal.
For this one, we used our cast iron skillet. It’s a great way to grill fish. Just make sure to really heat up the skillet beforehand for the perfect temp and your fish will cook evenly every time.
I also used tilapia for this one since it’s what I had on hand. Just know that it’s a more delicate fish, so make sure to use your skillet for this one and it will turn out fabulous, too. Here’s how I made this tasty dish.
Blackened Fish On the Grill
1 lb. fresh fish fillet
Blackened Redfish Magic Seasoning Blend
Allow the cast iron skillet enough time to heat up on the grill.
While the skillet is heating, rinse the fish and pat dry.
Dip the fish in a thin coat melted butter then sprinkle both sides with the seasoning.
Grill for just a couple of minutes on each side and it’s done!
It really is a great choice if you’re looking for a grilled fish recipe that is super easy. You may want to keep some of this tasty seasoning in your pantry for your upcoming family gatherings as the weather warms ups and you fire up the grill a little more often. Enjoy!Check out this Blackened Fish on the Grill recipe! Click To Tweet
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- 1 lb. fresh fish fillet
- melted butter
- Blackened Redfish Magic Seasoning Blend
- Allow the cast iron skillet enough time to heat up on the grill.
- While the skillet is heating, rinse the fish and pat dry.
- Dip the fish in a thin coat melted butter then sprinkle both sides with the seasoning.
- Grill for just a couple of minutes on each side and it's done!