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ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! Yes, it is thick, which is so great! It sticks to the fish and doesn't drip off. It was so easy to make! I didn't melt the butter in the microwave because I didn't know if it should be melted down to liquid or just soft, so I just left out some whipped butter to soften and it was perfect! And it worked well with a food processor because I didn't use my blender. My only suggestion is if you want to use the remainder of the sauce at the end of the recipe put some aside so that the raw fish doesn't touch it. I forgot to do that so I just brushed the remainder on the fish as it cooked. It was so yummy! Loved it! Definitely recommend this one.
This stuff rocks! I loved how thick it was it was. It didn't just pour off the grill like many sauces and marinades do. I can see using this on chicken as well. I used about 4 cloves of minced garlic instead of 6, since we're not real garlic lovers. I used parsley, fresh would have been better, but it was still great with dried parsley. I followed the fresh/dry equivalency on the parsley jar. I didn't have wahoo, but I did use tilapia. I've never had wahoo, but tilapia is a pretty mild white ocean fish. This sauce complimented the flavor perfectly. I did the angel hair pasta, too, with added grated paremsan. I was ordered to make this again. Thank you!
Excellent marinade and is fantastic over pasta or grilled veggies with the fish. Extra sauce served with the fish is a must. It's a keeper.
I frequent the web every time it want to cook something nice for the family. When I brought home some wahoo from a fishing trip I was nervous to mess it up for the simple fact of how much it cost to catch it. This recipe was a hit. I'm actually making another batch now to try on some shrimp and chicken tonight. Thank you so much!
This was simple and Delicious!!! Made fish tacos last night and they turned out excellent. Will have to try adding the extra sauce on pasta like others have. Thank you for a great recipe, I'm anxious to try it on other fish.
Prepared this for dinner tonight and it was delicious!
I tossed some of the marinade into angel hair pasta and topped with fresh shredded Parmesan cheese as a side dish,wonderful! I did modify the recipe only slightly, for the Cajun seasoning, I used 1 tablespoon Tony's and 1 tablespoon of Emeril's seasoning.
This is fantastic, we have already made it twice this week! Fast, easy, and delicious!
Made this for dinner and it was lovely. Thank you for sharing.
I had the same rave reviews from my dinner guests. I was unsure because I tasted the marinade before grilling and it tasted salty. But no worries, it was great! I would definitely make this for my in-laws who I hate cooking for because I always like to impress them. This would be one I could impress them with.