by Oxmoor HouseCompiled and Edited by Julie Fisher Gunter
The weather has been nice, and the Mr. loves to barbeque. My original plan was to grill burgers for dinner - then I went and had a ball-tip sandwich (they are sooo good) from Kinders for lunch; there went my dinner plans.
To the bookshelf I went - pulled this book out and looked up barbeque in the index. This recipe caught my eye. I hate to admit it, but I used to (many, many years ago) love the fish sandwiches from the local fast-food joint (I think it was Burger King). I know, I know... I did say used to. :)
Before grilling, the fish is marinated for an hour, in a mixture made up of scallions, garlic, olive oil, white wine, lemon juice, salt and pepper.
The fish is then grilled for about fifteen minutes (depending on the thickness of your fish) and placed on a toasted kaiser roll (I used wheat kaiser rolls), that is spread with tarter sauce, then topped with red onion, lettuce, and tomato.
I'm sure I don't need to say it... but I'm going to anyway... these are way better than the fast-food restaurant sandwiches I used to eat. The Mr., he thought they were good, but wasn't gaga over them. I'm sure he would have preferred the beef burgers I original planned for dinner instead.
Barbeque weather has just began.. plenty of time for burgers. :)