This recipe is the simplest and best way to grill just about any firm white fish, so try it out if you’ve ever wondered how to get perfectly flaky grilled fish fillets on the grill!
Grilled Porgy (SCUP) – Delicious and Easier than You Think!
Easy Grilled Fish Fillet in Foil Packets Recipe 🔗
Any thing grilled and covered in foil packets is sure to be juicy and delicious! Use any fresh fish for this fish fillet recipe!
Nutrition Facts: servingSize 1, calories 303.3 Calories, Carbohydrate 1.9 g, Cholesterol 119.0 mg, Fat 10.3 g, Fiber 0.6 g, Protein 48.4 g, Saturated Fat 2.1 g, Sodium 601.8 mg, Sugar 0.4 g, unSaturated Fat 5.0 g
- 4 4 porgy fillets
- 4 tsp olive oil
- salt and fresh pepper
- 4 sprigs fresh herbs
- 1 lemon
- Place the fish in the center of the foil, season with salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil.
- Place a slice of lemon on top of each piece of fish, then a sprig of herbs on each.
- Fold up the edges so that it’s completely sealed and no steam will escape, creating a loose tent.
- Heat half of the grill (on one side) on high heat with the cover closed.
- When the grill is hot, place the foil packets on the side of the grill with the burners off and close the grill.
- Depending on the thickness of your fish, cook for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the fish is opaque and cooked through.
How long should you cook fish on a grill?
If your fish is an inch thick, grill each side for about three to four minutes, keeping in mind the general rule of thumb that allows for 8-10 minutes of grill time per inch of fish.
What temperature should fish be grilled at?
The best fish to grill are salmon and hearty, firm white fish like sea bass, red snapper, grouper, and halibut. If you would like to grill thin, delicate fish, it is best to wrap them in foil instead of using this method.
How do you grill fish on a gas grill?
The fish will sear better and won’t stick to the grate if the grill is heated to a high temperature, which should be around 400°F.