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Open Swordfish Burgers With Herb Aioli

A healthy BBQ. If swordfish isn't available, use a similar 'meaty' fish fillet such as tuna.

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30mins
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  • Preheat grill or BBQ to high.
  • Place fish in a bowl and cover with oil and lemon zest. Season to taste.
  • Make the aioli in a small bowl by combining all of the aioli ingredients.
  • Cook fish for 2-3 minutes each side, depending on the thickness of the fillet, or until cooked to taste.
  • Toast cut sides of the ciabatta and put on a platter. Top each with some salad leaves, tomatao slices and the cooked fish. Add a dollop of the herb aioli. Serve with lemon wedges.
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@Kate in Katoomba
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@Kate in Katoomba
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"A healthy BBQ. If swordfish isn't available, use a similar 'meaty' fish fillet such as tuna."
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  1. Kate in Katoomba
    A healthy BBQ. If swordfish isn't available, use a similar 'meaty' fish fillet such as tuna.
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