Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

For as long as I can remember, I have loved grilled swordfish. I love how thick and juicy each piece of fish is plus the taste is just amazing. For years, my favorite swordfish recipe was Hong Kong style which means that it was topped with a ginger, sherry soy sauce and put over grilled, mix vegetables. Add a side of sticky rice and you have my favorite meal.

This Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables has got to be one of my new favorites and even better that the kids love it as much as I do. You can even make it into kabobs and let the kids help put everything together.

I find swordfish to be rich and meaty. This fish fills me up more than anything else I have tried so far. The peak time for swordfish is in the summer which makes it perfect for grilling. Swordfish needs such little preparation to turn out amazing and it pairs well with pretty much any veggie. Pair it with your favorite wine (mine is a Sauvignon Blanc) whether it is red or white.

This swordfish from Whole Foods is “hand-selected, harpoon-caught swordfish from an MSC-certified sustainable fishery in Nova Scotia. Catching the fish slowly one-by-one this way is an age-old fishing technique with very low impact on ocean habitat that helps eliminate bycatch.”

Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

We served the swordfish with roasted rainbow carrots, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, purple cabbage. Simply wash, peel, chop, toss with olive oil, add a bit of sea salt and pepper. Roast on the grill in a cast iron skillet or in the oven at 425 degrees for about 45 minutes, stirring and scraping off the tray about every 10 minutes, this will give you perfectly crispy vegetables that everyone will love!

Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

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Grilled Swordfish Recipe with Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

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  1. That looks so delicious! I am always on the look out for fish recipes to try. Thank you for sharing this.

  2. Yum! I have never tried swordfish before, but it looks absolutely amazing. I have to try it now! 

  3. Now this recipe looks both colorful and delicious!! YUM!!

  4. kendall

    What a great recipe idea! Your pictures are amazing too. I bet this would be a hit around here! Awesome post!

  5. This recipe looks amazing!! I don’t think I have ever made swordfish at home, I need to try this out!

  6. I’m a lover of everything seafood but I’ve never had swordfish. This looks delicious!

  7. Crystal Lopez

    This sounds divine! We love the roasted veggies all the time at our house!

  8. We’ve never had swordfish yet but would love to try it. I love having color added to my food!

  9. Rebecca Swenor

    This looks like a great dinner indeed for my family. I have never tried sword fish before but heard it is like steak so this would be a great recipe to try. Thanks for sharing it.

  10. This recipe looks so good. I haven’t had swordfish. That is cool that you can grill it.

  11. I don’t eat seafood, but my mom loves it! I’ll to share the link to your recipe with her. Thanks for sharing!

  12. We love grilling, but haven’t tried grilling swordfish yet. Thanks for the recipe. I bet that is delish!

  13. This recipe sounds amazing! My family would love it!

  14. maggie branch

    This looks fresh and wonderful! I love fish and my favorite way to have veggies is a rainbow of them. THank you for sharing this fabulous recipe!

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