Nope, we’re not talking about the funky smelling canned stuff here. We’re talking about thick, fresh cuts of tuna steaks that you can season liberally and throw on the grill without worrying it’ll fall through the grates. Try it with Asian Grilled Tuna with Wasabi Aioli.
A hearty red snapper may become your new summertime go-to. This restaurant-worthy white fish can take on the grill even when cooked whole. The skin helps to prevent the meat from getting overcooked so it’s pretty much foolproof. Try it with Grilled Creole Snapper.
The oily fish has become quite the staple in American households thanks to its versatility and health benefits. Its distinct flavor lends itself well to the smokiness of the grill and can be seasoned to your liking. Try it with Lemon-Herb Salmon Foil Packs or Grilled Salmon and Pineapple with Maple-Soy Sauce.
Mahi-mahi is a dolphin fish, but don’t worry, it has no relation to your favorite aquatic mammal. Not only is this seafood one of the more sustainable options out there, it’s also meaty and delicately flavored.
Of all the types of fish you could grill, swordfish is arguably your best bet. It’s firm which means you’ll get great grill marks and better yet, it tastes great, no matter if you go simple with seasoning, olive oil and lemon, or go all out.