Grill Masters Club - Gone Fishing!
Our Lead Pitmaster Rosalie is a Florida Native out of Clearwater, FL. She’s been fishing the waters of the Gulf of Mexico her entire life.
She loves to catch and cook in season fish with her friends when not out working her grills. For her inshore fishing adventures, she loves to sight cast Snook and Redfish. She always releases the Snook. However, if she finds an in-regulation Redfish, she’ll keep it occasionally and cook it on the half shell with Grill Masters Club products.
One of her favorite things to catch and cook during the summer months is Mangrove Snapper. When inshore fishing, she prefers smaller snapper that's in regulation because it's easier to clean and cook on the spot.
She and her friends love making Fish Sandwiches on this little island in the intercoastal waters of Clearwater. Mangrove Snapper is a very mild white fish, similar to tilapia. Even if you're not catching and cooking like Rosalie, check out her Fish Sandwich Recipe using this month's Grill Masters Club products and give it a try!
Grilled Fish Sandwiches
Grilled Fish Sandwiches using products from our Grill Skill BBQ Box
- Meat Mitch Steer Season
- Lane’s Sorta White Sauce
- 1 lb Fresh White Fish, cut into sandwich size filets
- 1 Lemon
- 1 Red Onion, sliced into rings
- 1 Tomato, sliced
- 1 Head Crunchy Lettuce
- 1 Pack of Brioche Buns
- Preheat your grill to medium-high (around 375F). Apply a small amount of cooking oil to the grates or flattop.
- Season fish of choice with Meat Mitch Steer Season.
- Grill fish for 2-4 minutes each side, remove and squeeze a fresh lemon over the fish.
- Toast Brioche buns after cutting all sources of heat.
- Apply Lane’s Sorta White Sauce to both sides of the bun. Followed by lettuce, tomato, a filet of fish, fresh onion and sprinkle of Meat Mitch Steer Season. Add the top bun and enjoy!
When I pick out seasonings for our Grill Masters Club boxes, I always make sure they are super versatile. The Meat Mitch Steer season is an excellent choice for all cuts of beef, but it’s also very good with white fish, chicken and pork! Give it a try on some other proteins, and let me know what you think.