These sweet and sour sauces are great on grilled shrimp, turkey, beef, chicken and pork as well as salmon. When grilling, brush glaze on both sides 2 minutes before meat or seafood finishes cooking, then brush on again right after removing from the grill. For roasted salmon, brush glaze on before cooking.
This is another coating I like to use for fish fries. I use this with Pickerel or Bass but I'm sure it works well on other types of fish. It is tasty and not too heavy allowing the flavor of the fish to come through nicely.
I just guessed at the amount of servings as I have never counted how many pieces it coats and I have not added cooking time as that depends on the size of the fish piece being cooked.
I went to Orlando Florida a couple of years ago and every restaurant I went to had no clue what a caesar was. I was surprised to find out that it was a Canadian cocktail.
Even the bartender at the motel we stayed at had never heard of it. So, I went to a grocery store and bought the ingredients for it to show the bartendar how to make it. I paid over $8 American for a small bottle of Clamato Juice!!!