Quick-cooking seafood, short ingredient lists, and a grill make these recipes extra easy and super speedy.
Halibut with Persimmon Tomato and Dill RelishTry this fresh recipe to see how addictive a simple relish of chopped seasonal tomatoes, red onion, jalapeño, and dill can be. It also pairs well with grilled chicken breast.
Grilled Teriyaki Shrimp KebabsUse teriyaki sauce, a sweet and salty Japanese condiment, to blanket these fruity shrimp kebabs with a finger-lickin' glaze. With only five ingredients, this dish is one you'll make over and over again.
Peppered Halibut SteaksUsually added as an afterthought, black pepper can make a powerful statement when used as a starring ingredient. For the most complex flavor, grind the peppercorns yourself.
Tuna TapenadeWith the exception of fresh basil, all the ingredients for this dynamite no-cook sauce come out of a can, bottle, or tin, keeping prep time down to just a few minutes.
Salmon Sate with Dill Mustard GlazeThreading thin slices of salmon onto skewers helps the fish cook in a flash. The lemony glaze with dill and mustard goes well with a crisp white wine.
Grilled Lime ScampiThe trick to making this dish's flavors really pop is tossing the shrimp in a lime-butter sauce after they've been grilled.
Grilled Squid with Lemon Caper SauceThe sauce comes together in mere seconds after a whirl in the food processor, so once you lay the squid on the grill, expect to eat in less than 10 minutes.
Grilled Snapper with Orange-Almond SauceWhile the snapper grills over thyme-scented smoke, stir up the three-ingredient sauce in a small skillet. Browning the almonds in butter makes them taste extra nutty.
Tilapia with Pineapple Salsa and Tomato-Avocado SaladFor a quick-cooking, light meal, serve your family Tilapia with Pineapple Salsa and Tomato-Avocado Salad. Double the pineapple salsa, and use it to top salads, tacos, or grilled steak or chicken during the week.
Michael Symon's Grilled Salmon and Zucchini SaladIf you prepare on a grill pan, it takes only 10 minutes from start to finish. On an outdoor grill, total prep plus cook time still clocks in at around 20 minutes.