A Great New Way To Eat Catfish!
The grilled catfish fillet recipe will be a hit for the fish lovers in the family. It’s affordable, easy to make and delicious off the George Foreman Grill. This recipe is good for either fresh or frozen catfish fillets.
You can get this fish in just about any supermarket or local grocery store. Just look for it in the fresh or frozen meat section of the store.
You can serve this meal in any number of ways, just be creative. It will be a nice change of pace meal for the whole family to enjoy.
If you want to use the recipe the same day, it’s best to shop for fresh catfish. Otherwise, frozen will be fine but you will have to thaw them out first before using this recipe.
The original recipe is taken from foremangrillrecdipes.com/seafood-recipes/easy-catfish/ and is modified according to my liking.
Grilled Catfish Fillet Nutrition Facts
- Serving Size: 1 5 oz. fillet
- Calories: 150
- Total Fat:08g
- Saturated Fat:06g
- Sodium:5mg 3% DV
- Polyunsaturated Fat:91g
- Monounsaturated Fat:57g
- Carbs: 0g
- Sugars: 0g
- Fiber: 0g
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids: 600mg
- Omega-6 Fatty Acids: 330mg
Vitamins & Minerals
- Phosphorus:72mg 43.5% DV (Daily Value)
- Selenium:45 mcg 29.2% DV
- Magnesium: 40 mg 10% DV
- Zinc:87 mg 5.8% DV
- Copper:06 mg 2.8% DV
- Iron:50 mg 2.8% DV
- Manganese:04 mg 1.9% DV
- Calcium:73 mg 1.6% DV
- Vitamin D: 722 IU 181% DV
- Cobalamin (B12): 15 mcg 69.1% DV
- Thiamin (B1):32 mg 21.6% DV
- Niacin (B3):41 mg 17.1% DV
- Pantothenic Acid (B5):30 mg 13% DV
- Pyridoxine (B6):15 mg 7.6% DV
- Riboflavin (B2):10 mg 5.6% DV
- Folate:30 mcg 3.6% DV
- Vitamin E:54 mg 2.7% DV
- Vitamin A:45 mcg RAE 2.4% DV
- Vitamin C:14 mg 1.9% DV
- Vitamin K:43 mg 1.8% DV
Foreman Grill Catfish Recipe
- 2 catfish fillets 4 oz. each
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
- 2 tablespoons melted butter
- ½ teaspoon kosher salt
- 1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
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Total Time: 40 min. Prep Time: 35 min. Cook Time: 5 min. Serves: 2
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- Place the catfish fillets in a shallow dish with all the ingredients and coat the fillets well using a brush. Place the dish of fillets in the fridge for 30 minutes to allow the ingredients to marinate into the meat.
- Preheat the George Foreman Grill on the high setting if your model has this feature, or just plug it in. Close the lid. Place the drip tray in front of the grill.
- Remove the fillets from the fridge.
- When the grill is ready, place the fillets on the grill and close the lid.
- Grill the fillets for 5 minutes and look for an internal temperature of 145 degrees F using a meat thermometer. If you have thicker fillets it may take another minute or two. They will easily flake with a fork when done.
- When done, carefully remove the fillets from the grill as the food will be hot. Place the fish on serving plates.
- Turn off the grill by unplugging it or by pressing the on/off power button if your model has this feature.
- Serve the catfish with your favorite side dishes.
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If you are a huge fish eater than this catfish recipe is just for you. Not only for you, but also for other members of the family that like fish too.
This is an easy recipe to make great tasting grilled catfish on the George Foreman Grill.
Remember, you can use either frozen or fresh catfish fillets with this recipe. However, if you are going to make the recipe on the day you buy them, get the fresh fillets. Otherwise, you must thaw them out first before cooking them on the grill.
Thawing them out will allow the seasonings to marinate into the meat. It will be difficult to do this with frozen fillets.
Happy Catfish Grilling!
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