Grill fish on pineapple bark

I will just get straight to the point here.
 Instead of grilling fish on a cedar plank.  Use pineapple Bark! ( I grilled mahi-mahi)

The juices from the pineapple bark marinate your fish ( or chicken) for a smokey sweet summer flavor. * I did not come with this idea on my own.  It was first discovered by my father in law, who is a grilling genius!

How to grill your fish on a Pineapple bark Plank

1) Cut the bark off of a pineapple into the appropriate size for your fish ( or chicken) 












2) Season your fish with salt and pepper.  Sandwich your fish between two pieces of pineapple bark. 

3) Tie it all together with kitchen twine. 











4) Grill on each side for at least 12 minutes.  Maybe longer.  Because your fish is on the pineapple, it will take much longer than your usual fish cook time. 


I made a ” Brown Sugar Soy Sauce” by adding a 1/2 teaspoon of brown sugar to 2 tablespoons of soy sauce.  I drizzled it over my fish for maximum flavor.

All I can say is Yummmmmm!  I will be making this again!  Thanks, Jim!! ( my father in law). This reminds me of our honeymoon in Hawaii almost 6 years ago.  Both Greg and I ate lots of Pineapple and a great amount of mahi-mahi when we were there.




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