Stovetop grilled fish - recipe for disaster?

I’m in the mood for grilled fish but live in an apt. Was planning. On getting skin on fish but shop didn’t have anything affordable. So I have haddock filets. Can these be grilled? I was thinking to marinate them in garlic herb oil and throw them on a hot grilled plan. Is this going to be a disaster? Please advise!

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Usman5617!#% January 18, 2022
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Grilling such fish isn’t all that different from baking what with all the tin foil used to keep all the seasoning and juiciness to stay within the fish preventing it from drying out. Hope the recipe of Grill Haddock works out well for you!

What Is Haddock?
It is a type of codfish and has a very tender texture along with a fine sweet taste which makes it perfect for smoking. The haddock is a healthy choice of food to eat as 3 ounces of its serving contains 63 calories, less than half a gram of fat, and a lot of protein. Since it has almost all the nutrients, protein is the most important one. You should definitely add this to your diet. The fish grows fast and when comes to full maturity, has a length between 1 to 3 ft. It also has an MSC (marine stewardship council) label and is a good option since it is caught through extremely safe measures.
 
Gammy June 5, 2021
Sounds great! My only advice would be to make sure you either have open windows and/or cover or close off any smoke detectors. My detectors are very sensitive and invariably I set one of the darn things off, even just broiling fish!
 
Nancy June 5, 2021
Agree. Also, some type of fine mesh to keep the fish from falling between the grill bars once cooked. Or, maybe wrap the fish in foil with added flavorings and cook that way on the grill.
 
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