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Grilled Fish A La Marocaine
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The Recipe
12eachgarlic cloves
1/2teaspooncoarse salt
1tablespooncumin, ground
1pncayenne pepper
1juice of 2 large lemons
1teaspoonolive oil
6ozhalibut, monkfish, bream or snapper steaks, cleaned, scales left on, but scored several times on the sides
1cilantro for garnish


Pound together the garlic, salt, cilantro, paprika, cumin and cayenne. Stir in the lemon juice and olive oil. Marinate fish steaks or whole fish in this for several hours, turning from time to time.

Grill the fish for 4 minutes for each 1/2 inch thickness, turning halfway through. Baste with the marinade and serve at once, garnished with additional cilantro. Chill leftovers and serve cold the next day.

Notes: This picante, pungent Moroccan marinade can be used for any fish suitable for grilling or broiling and can also be used to marinate fish before baking. It's good with firm, white fleshed fish.

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