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Grilled Swordfish with White Hot Sauce – Food Wishes ctm magazine



Swordfish is one of my all-time favorite types of seafood to grill, and this really was amazing, but if I’m being honest, the fish was just an excuse to show you how to make the incredible white hot sauce. Enjoy!

For the fully formatted, printable, written recipe, follow this link: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/8395027/grilled-swordfish-with-white-hot-sauce/

To become a Member of Food Wishes, and read Chef John’s in-depth article about Grilled Swordfish with White Hot Sauce, follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRIZtPl9nb9RiXc9btSTQNw/join

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46 Comments

  • Jaydoggy on May 24, 2022

    Saving this for the sauce. Try as I still might I'm not a fish guy but I'm definitely keeping the sauce for some grilled chicken.

  • Fire Fly on May 24, 2022

    Another banger of a video!! Keep ‘em coming!! 😁🇬🇧

  • Zahran X on May 24, 2022

    Cold smoke the habanero before doing this next time chef 😉

  • Rhonna Marsden on May 24, 2022

    that looks and sounds delicious! i can also imagine a ginger based sauce on that fish. yummy! thanks chef!

  • Steve Logan on May 24, 2022

    Chef John, very nice recipe & I will add fresh dill to the white hot sauce, also this would be good on yellow fin tuna steaks in lieu of swordfish steaks

  • thesylvan on May 24, 2022

    This looks amazing and any excuse to grill swordfish is appreciated. I cannot wait to try the White-Hot White Hot Sauce. 🙂

  • davidf2281 on May 24, 2022

    White-hot-grilled white fish with white-hot white hot sauce. Got it.

  • jeannie bell on May 24, 2022

    Looks fabulous !

  • Twila Johnson on May 24, 2022

    I was told by a chef to never eat swordfish because it’s filled with worms

  • Voltakackackack on May 24, 2022

    I did this but with ghost pepper because I'm a glutton for spiciness.

  • Voltakackackack on May 24, 2022

    Make sure you have a mortar and pestle it's absolutely necessary you can't do this with a processor.

  • Shane on May 24, 2022

    I thought that was lemon meringue pie at first glance.

  • Voltakackackack on May 24, 2022

    Also i never add salt to fish but freshly ground pepper is absolute and dill weed is also a nice touch.

  • Pandorae Eris on May 24, 2022

    Who believes in swordfish?

  • Apple Cake on May 24, 2022

    Sword fish reminds me of boiled steak

  • Voltakackackack on May 24, 2022

    Chef John I love and thank you.

  • Outcast76 on May 24, 2022

    Dude I thought you were a professional. And here you are trying to turn fish fillets on a grill with a pair of tongs? Nonono, you need a quality fish spatula for that. Technique aside, I'm really digging this hot sauce. But I don't know if I can handle the habanero. I'll have to give this some thought.

  • Mr Mudcatslim on May 24, 2022

    Chef John verses Chef Jean Pierre, and I love both those guys. Viewers benefit biggly.

  • Parachute JJS on May 24, 2022

    “Once your pepper has been pestled”.
    That’s a lot of alliteration from our approachable and affable announcer.

  • N Priore on May 24, 2022

    Chef John, if you need a camera man, I only work for a round trip ticket from Maine. If you cook me one of your favorites, I'll take it as a bonus. No union does involved.

  • LPdedicated on May 24, 2022

    I also think creme fraiche would be beautiful in that sauce!

  • Carolyn Carlon on May 24, 2022

    So sorry…but every environmental group that shares info regarding healthy fish to eat definitely puts swordfish on the high mercury toxicity list. It was my favorite fish as a child. Next to tuna…another toxic fish now.

  • Dave B on May 24, 2022

    I don’t eat swordfish, so I was only interested in the white hot sauce. I can’t wait to make it and use it like an Alabama white BBQ sauce on some smoked chicken. After all, I’m the Boss Hoss of my white BBQ sauce.

  • M C on May 24, 2022

    🤤

  • Richard Davis on May 24, 2022

    I'm thinking this would be great on fried chicken.

  • Cyndi Foore on May 24, 2022

    Habanero is NOT in my vocabulary.

  • rohan kamath on May 24, 2022

    I make a very similar white hot sauce but I roast the habaneros and garlic (in a foil with some olive oil) for a deeper and more fruity flavor and serve it over Chicken and Rice (Halal Guys style). Try it out, Chef John.

  • Majestic PB&J Cat on May 24, 2022

    My food wish would be for someone to put together a compilation video showcasing the evolution of Chef John's "and as always…enjoy" outros over the years from the beginning to the current, over the top, sing songy way he does it today. That would be absolutely epic! ❤️

  • Michael Smith on May 24, 2022

    great recipe!

  • Brigida Flores on May 24, 2022

    😱yummy 👀 👍🙏✋

  • Henry Zervas on May 24, 2022

    what temp do you think i should get to the grill to if i use propane? and do i close the grill or keep it open?

  • AnarchistOnion on May 24, 2022

    Shieldfish next?

  • Candice Young on May 24, 2022

    Ever since I've discovered white pepper I use it exclusively over black pepper. The taste is so much better.

  • Harry Farber on May 24, 2022

    Lemon juice or any citrus fruit juice will cut the heat (the oil from the pepper) if you get it on your fingers (or other sensitive areas)😳

  • Milkshake on May 24, 2022

    I wonder where one gets there hands on a swordfish… TIME TO LOOK IT UP!

  • Tronnus on May 24, 2022

    Swordfish: a fish on the red list which tastes just like tuna.

  • Francis Nguyen on May 24, 2022

    That looks delicious, Chef John.

  • Chris G on May 24, 2022

    Don't worry Chef, we all give Michelle credit for a ton of your successes.

  • Max Pankau on May 24, 2022

    Alabama sauce is getting more popular these days. And because of the neutrality of mayonnaise, the potential for variation is infinite.

  • BangarangBoofio on May 24, 2022

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm the BEST fish in the world my god mama mia

  • Garth on May 24, 2022

    Imagine just for a second I said cider vinegar would any of you run about saying " what kind of vinegar is that because we are Americans and have NO CLUE!!" Of course you wouldn't so would it be possible for the American race to say cider rather than the "A" word in front of it???? Probably not because none of you know how to speak English. Anyway, see what I did there if you don't there is no hope, I live in hope 🙂

  • TheVideomantra on May 24, 2022

    This is really good!

  • Ramza Mondragon on May 24, 2022

    I love your recipes Chef John, but i'm mexican and if you take away the seeds in the habanero it can hardly can be called "white hot", just saying

  • BayAreaBlues on May 24, 2022

    Nice Draymond reference. Go Warriors! 😉

  • TheKingdomIsNear on May 24, 2022

    I like the Draymond Green reference!I went to high school with him !

  • TheKingdomIsNear on May 24, 2022

    I like the Draymond Green reference!I went to high school with him !

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