How to Make Blackened Swordfish at Home

Blackened Swordfish

Blackened swordfish is a New Orleans delicacy. Actually the fish is seasoned, briefly seared at high heat until spices and fish’s surface gets blackened but not burnt. Hence the name blackened.

My mother used to make Blackened Swordfish very often for us. Also, she used to serve us Greek Orzo salad alongside it. It tasted divine. After learning the Blackened Swordfish recipe from her, I began to make it as well during weekends. Now, all my friends, as well as family, ask me to cook Blackened Swordfish over get-togethers. I love this honour granted to me!

If your mouth is watering by merely reading about it, I will be explaining how to make Blackened Swordfish at home. But here are some other amazing recipes that you should definitely try.

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Ingredients Required for Blackened Swordfish Recipe

Ingredients Amount
Swordfish fillets 2 (6 ounce)
Melted butter 1/4 cup
Creole seasoning2 tbsp

How much time will it take?

Preparation timeCooking timeTotal time
5 minutes5 minutes10 minutes

Blackened Swordfish Recipe

Blackened Swordfish recipe
  1. Take an iron cast skillet. Heat it over medium-high.
  2. In the meantime, take a shallow bowl. Place melted butter in it and dip fish into it. Place it on a plate.
  3. Pat the fillets in after putting creole seasoning on top of it.
  4. Now, the skillet would be hot enough to place fish in it.
  5. Let it cook for 2 minutes.
  6. It should be cooked from both sides for about 2 minutes.. Ensure both sides are blackened.
  7. Serve.

Nutritional Information of Blackened Swordfish Recipe

Calories426
Total fats 30.1 g
Saturated fats 16 g
Cholesterol127 mg
Sodium1736 mg
Potassium578 mg
Total carbohydrates3.4 g
Dietary fiber0.7 g
Proteins34.1 g
Vitamin A 889 IU
Vitamin C1 mg
Calcium15 mg
Iron 1 mg

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