Let us tell you why Marlin Steaks would be an excellent choice for a mid-week dinner. Marlin is a low fat, hearty fish that can be cooked in several different ways. It’s firm texture lends itself nicely to grilling, pan searing or even smoking. The fish is very mild in flavor, so even your pickiest of eaters will fall in love with this approachable choice. Our Marlin is wild caught off the coast of Costa Rica. We at Edesia, love the idea of grilling this fish so here is a quick recipe to get you inspired. We know there is still tons of snow in the tri-city area but lets get those grills fired up in preparation for our spring time BBQ blitz.
Quick and Easy Lemon Pepper Grilled Marlin Loin
- 2 tablespoons of a good quality extra virgin olive oil (we suggest San Gulliano)
- 1 Lemon, Juiced
- Fresh cracked Pepper
- Kosher Salt
Start by preheating your grill to medium/high. While that is heating, in a shallow pan rub both sides of your marlin steaks with your extra virgin olive oil, fresh cracked pepper and kosher salt.
When your grill is hot and clean place the steak down on the grill, cook for about 2-3 minutes on both sides. Right before removing the steaks from the grill squeeze the fresh lemon juice on both sides.
Voila! You have a meal ready in under 10 minutes. We suggest serving this exotic fish with our Forbidden Black rice and a fresh fruit salsa.