Thanks for stopping by, I am Chef Billy Parisi, you are watching fixmyrecipe.com. Our new recipe fix goes to a ton of people, so many write and ask what is the best way to prepare sword fish. You know what, I've got an awesome fix, you are going to love it.
You might have noticed we kind of changed to frame it up. Maybe we look like, we are in a movie. Girls perhaps my hands look funny. Balsamic Marinade and Sword Fish with a Bacon and Corn Succotash. How good does that sound? Sounds delicious to me.
First thing we need to do is marinade that sword fish. So I want a pan, put in this fish, add in some balsamic vinegar and a little bit of garlic for a kick. We are going to let that sit for about 5-10 minutes.
Next, we are going outside on that viking grill, we are going to place on our corn, poblano peppers, and some red onions, get them fire roasted and ready. Once our vegetables are about halfway cooked, we are going to go ahead and thrown on our sword fish, it's going to take about 8-10 minutes to completely cook through. Then we are coming back upstairs and we are going to finish this dish. Man, that viking grill makes everything smell and taste just perfect.
Now it's time to make that succotash. So, in a hot skillet we are going to render off some bacon, in the meantime we are going to prepare some vegetables. Until that bacon is done, we are going to throw those ingredients in that skillet, give it a couple saute and a couple of flips here and there.
We are going to finish off with some fresh chopped cilantro, a squeeze of a few limes, don't worry about salt and pepper you get plenty of that from the bacon and the poblano peppers. There in bowl we are trying this out.
We all know you can't mess with this dish. How beautiful is it? Let's try it. Perfect!The corn has so much flavor, the sword fish is excellent, you got to do this dish. And you know what, you better come back tomorrow and see our new featured fix for the day. I got to get back to this.