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Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish

Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish recipe
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A simple but flavorful blend of mayo, dill, lemon juice and lemon zest makes an easy marinade for grilled fish.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
18 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
7/20/2004
This is absolutely wonderful and even my pickiest daughter loves it! The sauce is a very nice change of pace from run of the mill tartar sauce. I've used the dressing on both salmon and home caught sand bass. For less firm fish fillets,, such as bass, broil, it is equally delicious! If you substitute "real" mayo for the low-fat version it becomes an Atkin's friendly recipe!
posted:
3/30/2004
It is actually better as a leftover, if done again, would put mixture over fish and let it sit in refrigrator for a while before grilling
posted:
3/11/2004
posted:
3/11/2004
This is a wonderful recipe. But, if you are truly on a low-carb diet, you should use "real" mayo, not low fat. Low fat has added sugar in it which is not good for you. However, the recipe was delicious.
posted:
2/27/2004
I was amazed how moist the coating made the fish. It did sort of remind me of tartar sauce, but to me, that is a good thing. Will definitely be making this again! (I baked it in the over 425 degrees for 10 min per side).
posted:
2/24/2004
This recipe was quick and easy and we really liked it. (I made it with the light mayo and that lessened the calories and fat without taking away the taste.)
posted:
12/30/2003
My son and I enjoyed this meal. The dill with the lemon juice brings out the zesty flavor in the fish. Also this was easy to make.
posted:
12/29/2003
The fish was delicious. I only did one thing differently. I baked my fish at 425° for 10-12 minutes per side. It turned out very well and I was quite pleased with the recipe!
posted:
6/6/2003
Out of this world, infact you are 'at sea' after having this superb fish.
posted:
6/5/2003
Made this one with salmon and even the kids liked it!!
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