Who says summer and holidays says barbecue! And it's not just kebabs and sausages on the menu. Grilled fish also delights the taste buds all summer long. But what a chore when it comes to cleaning the barbecue grills after cooking fish.
The barbecue is one of the favorite little summer pleasures of the French. It's simple, good, easy and quick to prepare. There is nothing better to have a good time with friends and family in the summer in the garden, without having spent hours in the kitchen. To change merguez sausages and chipos this summer, try the grilled fish, it's a treat! But beware, removing the fish from the barbecue grill can be a real nightmare.
What a nasty surprise when the fish is cooked and you can't get it off the grill without breaking it. Say goodbye to the beautifully presented fish dish, and hello to cleaning hassles. Fortunately, there is an infallible trick to avoid finding yourself in this delicate situation...
Fish makes for a slightly healthier barbecue meal. Salmon, sardines, mackerel... You are spoiled for choice. If grilled fish is a delight, the moment of serving it can be catastrophic. Good news, all you need is one ingredient to avoid the disaster of fish sticking to the barbecue grate. Here is that user manual:
The result: the fish does not stick and it is delicately flavored with lemon. You can also add a sprig of thyme over the lemon for even more flavor. Another advantage, and not least, the grid will be much easier to clean.
Good to know: to make your life easier, you can also invest in a special fish grid basket that will allow you to easily turn your fish without breaking them. As an alternative, you can also put your fish on an oiled baking sheet that you put on the grill. So you don't take any risks.