Simple and full of flavor
Wayne doesn’t eat meat so fish is served several times a week for dinner when we are home. This recipe came about one evening after only been home off the road for a day. The pantry, as one would assume after having been gone for several weeks, was a little bare. I had grabbed some fish from the market and figured I’d make some kind of marinade with what I had on hand.
Thanks to our friend, Farmer Jay, we grow our own herbs and are using them in almost everything we cook. On this particular evening, I walked out to the area off of our kitchen where we grow our herbs and clipped what needed to be clipped and threw it in our chopper. Not wanting to use an oil since I was putting this on fish, I opted to use soy sauce as the liquid. I have to say both Wayne and I were pleasantly surprise at the taste this created.
We try to use as many products that are gluten free as possible. This is for not other reason than a choice. This is the gluten free soy sauce that we use and we really love it.
SIMPLE FISH MARINADE
(FOR ANY TYPE OF MEATY, GRILLED FISH)
1 bunch green onions
2-3 garlic cloves
3-4 slices of fresh ginger (½ inch in size)
Soy Sauce; enough to cover all of the herbs. Low sodium or gluten free can be used.
In food processor, combine all ingredients and blend together. Pour over fish in a Ziploc bag. Marinate for at least an hour, turning every 30 minutes. Grill fish after marinating for at least an hour, basting each side when turned over. Discard remaining marinade.