Seafood and grilling out are summer staples in my family. We love throwing some fish on the grill and mixing up a quick salad to go with it. Recently, we tried salmon kabobs, which were so easy to make and tasted even better. Here's how I did it.
All you need is a long and skinny piece of fish (you can use any fish you like), a lemon, some olive oil and any seasoning you like.
Slice lemon into rounds and then de-skin the fish.
Soak skewers in water for 20-30 minutes so they don't burn the second they go on the grill.
Cube the piece of fish. I made one horizontal cut and then a bunch of vertical cuts to cube my piece.
Then, I used a bbq sauce brush to spread the olive oil onto the fish. I covered all four sides of the cube pieces with olive oil.
Skewer fish and lemon slices (folded) to make kabobs. Double up skewers for sturdiness. Then, apply any season or rub on hand. Minced garlic is also a great seasoning for salmon.
I made a little boat out of aluminum foil (2nd picture up) to cook the kabobs on the grill, so the fish wouldn't stick or fall into the grill. On a medium heat grill, cook kabobs for about 10-15 minutes (but keep a close eye on them in case they finish early). I paired mine with a caesar salad and it was more than enough to eat.