Grill Fish On A Bed Of Sliced Lemons To Keep It From Sticking

Grill Fish On A Bed Of Sliced Lemons To Keep It From Sticking
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Grilled fish is a delicious easy meal — when it doesn’t stick. One easy way to achieve that? Grill your fish on a bed of sliced lemons.

Photo by WFUI Public Radio

Living site Mother Huddle suggests cooking fish on top of sliced lemons — not only does it prevent sticking, it also adds some flavour. Here’s how to do it:

Just slice the lemons and place them on the surface to be cooked. If you are grilling, put them on the grill bars. If you are baking, put them on the baking sheet. In our case, we had one large piece of salmon, so we wanted to place all the lemons close together to ensure even cooking. If you have portions, just place two lemon slices under each piece. You will cook at the same temperature as usual.

Easy set up, easy clean up, and it’s tasty, too. Definitely worth a shot. For more detail, head to the link below.

Cooking Fish on Lemons [The Mother Huddle]


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