26 Reviews

Tried it last week and hubby said he liked this way to prepare swordfish. Not so sure if I would mix it with any water next time though, depend on how much water the fish will produce from thawing.

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Poison_Ivy January 21, 2009

I used low sodium soy sauce, and the rice wine vinegar, because that's what I had on hand. I marinated for about 3 hours and them put them on a nice hot grill and seared them on each side, about 4 minutes per side. They were just the way we like them. Just cooked in the middle and juicy and delicious!

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Chef Charlee October 02, 2008

I had amazing steaks and didn't want to mess them up! I only marinated them for about two hours. Grilled them over charcoal. Served the fish with basil/tomato salad and fresh veggie kabobs grilled along side and used some reserved marinade to brush them periodically. It was amazing. Highly recommended this recipe. I couldn't believe I had cooked the meal it was so good!

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AQueen May 04, 2008

I love swordfish and have been making it for a very long time. I have to tell you this is by far my favorite recipe.I used cooking sherry and cooked it in my cast iron skillet with a little extra virgin olive. My better half and I dipped it in butter and both wanted more.I served it with my spinach salad and asparagus Roasted Asparagus With Pancetta, a couple of glasses of red wine and WOW, what a great meal. Thank you for such a wonderful recipe. I love Trader Joes and always buy my swordfish from them !!! Pollyw

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Mary Fowler Polly W April 06, 2008

Totally awesome recipe

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Smileeone April 07, 2007

It is OK to me. Nothing special and I followed the recipe exactly.

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YungB December 13, 2006

I have enjoyed this recipe for several dinner meals. The flavor is outstanding and love the fact that you marinade it ahead of time. Easy weeknight meal but certainly a treat for dinner guests also. Very, very easy with high flavor. Just serve with rice or new potatoes and a nice salad.

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Cecilia in NC October 13, 2006

This was the first time we have had swordfish and I couldn't have picked a better recipe! I didn't have any fresh ginger so I used some powder. Not the same, but worked in a pinch. Thanks for sharing!

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Mrs. Moon September 27, 2006

This was delicious! We will certainly be making this one again. Served with Easy Vegetable Rice Medley #156318

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TheFarlands June 04, 2006

This is an excellent way to prepare swordfish. It was raining on the east coast of Florida last night so I opted for the broiler. I also made a few substitutions.Sweet white wine instead of sherry and onion powder instead of the scallions.I also halved the sugar.Thanks for sharing!

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Zoe #2 February 04, 2006
Grilled Japanese Swordfish