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Seafood alternatives: red snapper, sea bassYellow eye are sometimes referred to as yellow eye snapper, but actually they are a member of the rockfish family. Any type of rockfish can be substituted for the yellow eye. Salmon is also delicious marinated in teriyaki and then grilled. The marinade can be made and kept refrigerated for up to two weeks.
Cut the fish fillets in 6 equal pieces. Put the fish pieces in a glass baking dish and pour the chilled Teriyaki Marinade over the fish. Cover and refrigerate for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
Heat the barbeque grill until the coals glow red with white ash around the edge. Take the fish fillets from the marinade, allow excess liquid to drip off and lightly rub each side of the fillets with a little oil. Grill the fillets until nicely marked on one side, about 2 minutes, then turn and continue cooking about 2-3 minutes longer. (You may need more or less cooking time, depending on the thickness of the fish.)
Transfer the fish to individual plates and top with Pineapple Salsa. Garnish with lime wedges and cilantro sprigs.
Adapted from Pacific Northwest the Beautiful Cookbook, Collins Publisher, San Francisco.
Servings per recipe: 6
Cal. 217 / Total Fat 4g / Sat. Fat 1g / Chol. 52mg / Sdm. 390mg / Carbo. 15g / Prot. 29g / Om-3 .5g