post-title Wahoo Marinade Recipe!!


Wahoo Marinade Recipe!!

From The Admirals Kitchen is Open Again!!
Wahoo Marinade Recipe!!

Ingredients:
4 wahoo steaks
1⁄2 cup olive oil
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon lime juice
cayenne pepper, spice
1 pinch of crushed chili pepper flakes
1⁄2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons minced garlic

Directions
Make you marinade, mix olive oil, lemon juice, lime juice, cayenne pepper, chili flakes in a bowl. Rinse and pat dry your wahoo and put in the marinade.Cover marinading fish and put in the fridge for 30 minutes.Heat griddle pan – you don’t really need oil because you can use the oil from the marinade whilst cooking.put the fish in the pan, add salt and pepper to fish steaks. Flip them several times for even cooking and add garlic about halfway through the cook time. They take about 15- 20 minutes in total.

OR Try This Wahoo Recipe!!!

We are BIG fans of Wahoo fish and with having lived in Baja so many years, we had many occasions to experiment with this fine fish…
Wahoo fish is the fastest fish in the ocean and it’s firm white flaky flesh is such a perfect texture for grilling. It is considered a prize fish when caught and is often called “ono”.
One important issue with Wahoo is it can be dry, so it is important not to overcook it!
A great grilled Wahoo fish recipe is with”Mojo de Ajo” sauce. The translation is essentially “drenched in garlic”. This dish is simple and a crowd pleaser.It is an easy and delicious toasted garlic butter. For garlic lovers,it will become a family favorite.
Also,keep in mind that this Mojo de Ajo Sauce can be used with any fish or shellfish. I really like this with is Tombo/ Fresh Albacore Tuna, grilled medium rare. We actually brought this back from our days of living in Mexico.
One important note, check out our other fish pages too! Many of the sauces and preparations work super for Wahoo!

For 4 portions
4 Six to 8 ounces Wahoo fish Filets
A mild fish rub or paprika
Salt and Pepper
Canola Oil for prepping the fish for the grill
1/8 stick of butter
3 to 4 cloves fresh Garlic smashed with the flat side of the knife then slices thin.
2 Key Limes or 1 large Lime
Salt and Pepper to taste
Chopped Cilantro for garnish

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