Fish cutlets cooked in a hinged grill on a barbecue are so quick and easy to prepare that they are especially popular for meals during summer.
Cutlets from oily fish, such as tuna, trout and salmon, are best suited to barbecuing as they have a high natural oil content that helps to keep the fish moist during cooking. White-fleshed fish can also be barbecued but should be marinated in olive oil beforehand to help keep it moist during cooking.
Something else. A beautiful recipe! As I didn't have a 'hinge grill' I therefor wrapped the individual fish portions in foil then cooked on the BBQ, that way the fish is cooking in the marinate and less cleaning. - 10 Feb 2009
Used different ingredients. Substituted Tarragon for parsley. Yummy! - 14 Feb 2011
Just finished eating. used whiting, in small oven grill. Easy and delish. Had no parsley, so used a bit tarragon. Magnificent! Served with Cajun Dirty Rice and a small salad. - 14 Feb 2011