Fish is great for you but there is no denying that when you cook it in the kitchen you can be left with a rather smelly aroma hanging around which is why the best place to cook fish has to be in the garden on the barbeque!
We have a favourite barbeque restaurant that we go to in our local town. They serve amazing Piri Piri Chicken and it is served with chips and some salad with a tasty vinaigrette. It gets a lot of tourists visiting it and what get our attention is the local fishermen. They will come in with their mackerel and have it cooked on the barbeque for them. It looks delicious and it makes me wonder why we don’t have fish on the barbeque more often.
Cooking fish does not have to be difficult and this recipe proves that all you need is a few key ingredients, some good quality fish and some tin foil to make a delicious meal.
Ask your fish monger to gut and clean the fish for you to save you time and to avoid any squeamish moments and ask them to remove the head too if you don’t fancy coming eye to eye with your dinner.
- 2 Mackerel
- 1 Tsp Curry Powder
- Salt & Pepper
- One Calorie Cooking Spray
- Lay out the fish onto a large piece of tin foil with the skin facing up if using fillets
- Spray on some One Calorie Cooking Spray and then sprinkle over the curry powder, salt and pepper and then rub it in well
- Put the fish on the foil on the barbeque and cook for about 5 minutes until the skin is crispy
- Serve immediately
Calories per serving: 455