Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish

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2010/04/05 16:30:25 (permalink)

Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish

Here is a tasty recipe from our website.  Hope you like it!









Prep time: 5 min
Total time: 18 min
Makes: 4 servings
What you need
  • 1/2 cup KRAFT Light Mayo Reduced Fat Mayonnaise
  • 1/2 tsp. grated lemon zest
  • 1 tsp. dill weed
  • 1 lb. firm-textured fish fillets (cod, catfish or salmon) Make it
  • PREHEAT grill to medium heat. Mix mayo, lemon zest, lemon juice and dill.
  • PLACE fish on greased grill grate. Brush with half of the mayo mixture. Kraft Kitchens Tips Special Extra
    For more lemon flavor, increase lemon juice to 2 Tbsp.
    Use Your Broiler
    Preheat broiler. Place fish on rack of broiler pan; brush with half of the mayo mixture. Broil, 2 to 4 inches from heat source, 5 min.; turn over. Brush with the remaining mayo mixture. Broil an additional 5 to 8 min. or until fish flakes easily with fork.
     

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      oceanwaves
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      Re:Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish 2010/04/05 16:34:26 (permalink)
      Does anyone here grow their own herbs or vegetables?
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      seafarer john
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      Re:Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish 2010/04/05 17:05:34 (permalink)
      We grow parsley, basil, sorrel, marjoram, dill, chives, tarragon, rosemary, thyme, bay, sage,  and mint. The sorrel, marjoram, chives,  sage and thyme are perennials that pretty much take care of themselves. The mint is a pesky invasive weed that we spend a lot of time ripping out. The dill reseeds itself every year. Parsley and basil we start from seed every year - the parsley winters over but because it is bi-annual it goes to seed by the end of July and we need a new crop every year. Rosemary, bay and tarragon are grown in pots that we bring in the house for the winter.

      Cheers, John 


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      oceanwaves
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      Re:Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish 2010/04/06 18:42:16 (permalink)
      @ John,
      Sounds like you have a very nice home farm.  I actually work with Triscuit and we are heading the Home Farming Movement by including plantable herb seed cards in 4 million boxes of Triscuit to help encourage people to grow their own herbs and vegetables at home.  On our site you can find fact sheets on a wide variety of crops to help you learn about possible additions to your home farm.  Have you thought of adding something other than herbs to your garden? www.triscuit.com/homefarming
      post edited by oceanwaves - 2010/04/06 18:47:35
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      mar52
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      Re:Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish 2010/04/06 20:19:04 (permalink)
      Changed my mind

      Think I'd use Duke's.
      post edited by mar52 - 2010/04/07 00:21:56
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      seafarer john
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      Re:Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish 2010/04/06 20:45:59 (permalink)
      Thanks for the offer, (and we do like Triscuits) , but our backyard garden "Farm" area is about a total of 250 sq. ft. and we do grow a few tomatoes and some leaf lettuce in our garden - but most of it is given over to perennial flowers.

      Cheers, John  
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      oceanwaves
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      Re:Grilled Lemon-Dill Fish 2010/04/07 18:13:34 (permalink)
      Your home farm is very impressive John; it would be great if you would add it to our interactive map!  In addition to inspiring the planting of Home Farms we have also teamed up with the non profit group "Urban Farming” to create 50 new community-based home farms throughout the US.        

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