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Grilled Fish and Peppers

Grilled Fish and Peppers recipe
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posted by
jan.neeth
on 8/18/2010
time
prep:
10 min
total:
36 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
6/17/2008
I loved this recipe. I broiled it like someone had mentioned in another rating and it turned out really well. Too much pepper!! My wife didn't like it because it was too hot for her. I could eat the peppers that go along with the fish by themselves. I will try it again with less crushed pepper.
posted:
5/5/2008
my whole family enjoyed this meal...the peppers were amazing (and my husband doesn't normally eat green peppers) but he said they were "kickin"...we do wish the fish had as much flavor..the few parts that touched the grill were wonderful and had more taste...wondering if we should just put fish directly on grill and put peppers to the side...has anyone tried that?
posted:
5/5/2008
My husband and I are trying to eat fish once a week now. So I gave this one a shot. Wow this was excelent. I will definately make this alot. It was cold and rainy the day I made this so I sauted it in a little bit of olive oil.
posted:
4/3/2008
The fish didn't have enough flavor or spice to it. I enjoyed the peppers though.
posted:
9/8/2007
Will use less red pepper next time, a little spicey for my children.
posted:
9/1/2007
Excellent, I made this last weekend with halibut. The peppers gave the dish a very nice flavor & I also added some onions in too. No cheese to top the fish, though. I got rave reviews from my family & I will make this again.
posted:
8/27/2007
I hate seafood and I gotta say this was an awesome recipe. It had absolutely no fish taste whatsoever. (I used Talapia) We didn't grill it, we broiled it for 16 minutes, flipping half way and basting once. Definitely one I will tell people about!
posted:
8/27/2007
I tried to make this recipe on the grill, alas, as soon as I had it all prepared, we realized the grill was out of gas. So, we broiled it in the oven and it turned out quite well. The only comment I got from my family was with less red pepper, it would have turned out excellent. I agreed it was spicier than I had expected, but over all quite good and filling and you can't beat the low calorie part!
posted:
8/12/2007
Ok, so I have never grilled fish before, but it just looked so good and sounded easy enough. I got a little nervous about just putting the fish on the peppers to grill, so I ended up putting the pepers on foil, then the fish on top of that and I did not flip the fish. It was delicious!! First time a success!
posted:
7/31/2007
This was an excellent, light dinner!
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