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Grilled Kampachi and Shrimp

AltonAlton Posts: 445
First Friday in lent. Kampaci ,EVOO seasoned with salt and pepper. Grilled direct at 450. Finished with a squeezed Lemon. Shrimp was basted in teriyaki prior to grilling. Both were enjoyed with a Jordan 2008 Chardonnay . Quite pleased. Think next time will try some rosemary or thyme on the fish.
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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 15,574
    Looks good....
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  • AltonAlton Posts: 445
    Thanks @henapple I was really nervous about grilling fish but it wasn't nearly as hard as I thought.
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  • Looks delicious!  I don't think I've had Kampaci, is it similar to Cobia?
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  • AltonAlton Posts: 445
    Not sure, never had Cobia that I know of. Kampachi is a mild white flesh high oil fish. Not as oily as sword fish. What I liked most is how it held together on the grill for a white fish. (I was actually able to flip it and grill both sides :D )
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