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not bad, but I had to bake it instead for health reasons.substituted olive oil with chicken broth and 1 tablespoon of olive oil. wife liked it. if i broiled it smoke would have been everywhere.
I really liked this recipe. I dont usually use marinade, but this one is so fast, easy, and tasty. I use more fresh basil and garlic. The tastes and smells are so fresh and wonderful
Although I marinated it for the full hour, the swordfish did not seem to retain the flavors of the marinade. I served the fish with turmeric rice and asparagus spears. The white sauce I had thrown together to dress up the asparagus ended up helping the fish tremendously. I recommend making some sort of creamy sauce to serve over the top of this swordfish, to give it a more complex flavor and an added dimension.
This was our first time grilling swordfish, but it certainly won't be the last! We couldn't believe how juicy and flavorful it was. The texture is almost like salmon. We did have to cook it a little longer than the recipe stated, but other than that it was perfect!
I paired this with Curry Peach Tomato Salad Curry Peach Tomato Salad with a side of steamed white rice and it was fantastic. The fixh was extra moist and tasty. Go easy on the swordfish - this fish has one of the highest mercury levels.
This was AWESOME!! I love that I had all the ingredients on hand. The only things I did have to sub was lemon juice for the lime juice and I had to use onion powder in the marinade. Great and simple recipe, thanks for sharing!!
Very nice marinade for fish. I used fresh basil, more garlic and I used one shallot instead of the onion. I also kept it in the marinade for longer than one hour. I will make this again.
I've actually used this recipe several times. It's my favorite way to have swordfish. I've also done this with tuna steaks. Using fresh basil makes it even better!
FAbulous! First time with swordfish. WIll definately have it again! Thanks!
Great recipe. I made these for some friends, and they loved it, they all wanted to know what I had done to it. I did change a few things to my preference, I used the Juice of one lime, instead of a teaspoon, and I sprinkled on a little cayenne pepper just before grillling, just because I'm a cayenne freak. definately a keeper, thanks.