Broiled Fish, 5 Ways

There's something special about fresh fish on the grill, but broiling is easier and a great alternative when you need dinner on the table fast.

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Broiled Fish With Cherry Tomatoes

Peter Ardito

Broiled Fish With Cherry Tomatoes

Even a fish-averse kid will like the seared-on-the-outside, flaky-on-the-inside quality of firm white fish prepared this way.

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Broiled Fish With Fruit Salsa

Peter Ardito

Broiled Fish With Fruit Salsa

Add some color to the dish with mango, nectarine or pineapple -- any combination of the three will work.

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Broiled Fish A La Pesto

Peter Ardito

Broiled Fish A La Pesto

This homemade pesto sauce takes just minutes to prepare, while packing serious flavor.

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Herb-Crusted Broiled Fish

Peter Ardito

Herb-Crusted Broiled Fish

Rub the fish in a mixture of lemon zest, salt, garlic, herbs and olive oil, before continuing with the recipe.

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Broiled Fish With Lemon

Peter Ardito

Broiled Fish With Lemon

It doesn't get any simpler than this: Sprinkle with salt and pepper, broil, and serve with lemon wedges.

Originally published in the May 2011 issue of Parents magazine.

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