Grilled Fish on Pineapple

pinapple3We found this awesome recipe on Pinterest, and instead of using a cedar plank to grill fish – just use pineapple bark to infuse your fish with a sweeter, citrus-y flavor! This recipe uses mahi-mahi, a common fish found in Hawaii, but we bet it would be delicious with cod, salmon, tilapia or halibut! And fish is so good for you, why not switch things up a bit?

Instructions:

1) Cut the bark off of a pineapple into the appropriate size for your fish ( or chicken)

2) Season your fish with salt and pepper.  Sandwich your fish between two pieces of pineapple bark.

3) Tie it all together with kitchen twine.

4) Grill on each side for at least 12 minutes.  Maybe longer.  Because your fish is on the pineapple, it will take much longer than your usual fish cook time.

They made a ” Brown Sugar Soy Sauce” by adding a 1/2 teaspoon of brown sugar to 2 tablespoons of soy sauce.  They drizzled it over the fish for maximum flavor.

Serve with a side of steamed seasonal veggies for maximum health benefits.

Thanks for the Recipe goes to the blog Make the Best of Everything.