The Easiest Grilled Kingklip

Kingklip | 5th July 2016 | By

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Kingklip is a fish many of you will know and love as it is served in a large number of restaurants. Many of you will also know that it can be rather pricey on a menu! So here is a very simple restaurant quality recipe to grill this delicious fish at home for the whole family to enjoy.

The Kingklip I used for this recipe was supplied by Greenfish Traders and has been filleted into 250g portions with skin removed and bone out.

The Easiest Grilled Kingklip
A really quick and simply delicious recipe to cook Kingklip at home.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. 1. Good quality Fresh Kingklip Fillets (skin off, bone out)
  2. 2. Butter
  3. 3. Crushed Garlic
  4. 4. Seasoning of choice (I used Robertson Fish Spice)
  5. 5. Salt & pepper
Instructions
  1. Line a tray with tinfoil
  2. Place Kingklip fillets on lined tray
  3. Season with salt & pepper and spice of choice
  4. Spread a generous amount of crushed garlic on top
  5. Place a few knobs of butter on each fillet
  6. Turn oven onto Grill function (high heat)
  7. Place tray on top shelf under grill and grill for 8-10 minutes
Notes
  1. Fish is done when golden brown and flakes apart with a fork.
The Fish Wife https://fishwife.co.za/
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  1. Leave a Reply

    leticia
    11th September 2017

    I supply different types of fish from Port Elizabeth to the wold. Please support my small business.

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      TheFishWife
      20th September 2017

      Hi Leticia
      Please get hold of us via Facebook with your company details 🙂

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        TheFishWife
        5th February 2020

        Hi Leticia.
        Greenfish Traders CC provides fish to many wholesale stores. Robberg Seafoods in Plett could possibly be your closest supplier? Give them a shout 🙂

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      Junayd
      26th May 2019

      Hi do you deliver to Cape town

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        TheFishWife
        5th February 2020

        Hi Leticia
        We deal mainly in the wholesale business, but why not stop at Willoughby’s at the waterfront and visit their fish counter which Greenfish Traders supplies. You won’t be disappointed 😉

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      Gary Strimling
      3rd April 2020

      Please let know when you deliver in jhb

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        TheFishWife
        4th April 2020

        Hi Gary

        Unfortunately Greenfish is only supplying Cape Town at the moment.
        We hope to be able to assist you soon!

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    Imogene Majola
    24th September 2017

    Thanks for such an easy and yet nice recipe. Stay blessed

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    Imogene Majola
    24th September 2017

    Can you please send a microwave recipe for this fish grill

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      TheFishWife
      9th November 2017

      Hi Imogene.
      We currently don’t have any recipes suitable for microwave cooking. We will look at posting something suitable soon.

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    Lizard
    18th October 2017

    Bless you for your really easy recipe – will try it for family tonight. As you can guess from my name, I prefer soaking up the sun to spending time in the kitchen following complicated recipes, but I love fresh fish well cooked. Thank you!

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    Clive Woodborne
    30th December 2018

    Well am I impressed thank you.. went to buy a nice piece of about 400g deboned fillet…. made it your way …just with a little less butter and a tinge of lemon two thin slices fresh on top …Wow Wes yummy..5*..thank you for that ..Regards

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      TheFishWife
      5th February 2020

      Thats what we like to hear!
      Thanks for the feedback 🙂

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    Engela
    12th January 2019

    Thank you SO much for this recipe. I come from the Cape and I am 67 years old but for the first time in my life I cooked fish that we could actually eat! XXX

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      TheFishWife
      5th February 2020

      Such wonderful feedback – it means I’m doing my job in providing you SIMPLE recipes!
      Cooking fish should be easy 😉

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    Bethany
    24th January 2019

    Thank you for this recipe, super delicious and so simple! I have passed onto family and friends.

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      TheFishWife
      5th February 2020

      Fabulous Beth 🙂
      Glad we could help.

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      TheFishWife
      5th February 2020

      Hi. I’m sure you could use a light white meat like Chicken, just double check your cooking times as this will obviously change. Good luck 🙂

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    Marlet
    9th March 2019

    Your recipe was truly simple and easy to follow! I didn’t have any fish spice so I use fresh parsley, coriander, plenty of garlic, garlic salt, pink salt, black pepper, fresh lemon juice (left the halves in the pan as well) and of course the butter. Wow! Wow! I impressed myself. Thank you again for such an easy recipe

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      TheFishWife
      5th February 2020

      I’m so glad we could help! Love that you were able to create something so delicious from all those awesome ingredients 🙂

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    Aneesa
    11th June 2019

    Hi I’m on a low fat diet what can use besides butter

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      TheFishWife
      5th February 2020

      Hi Aneesa.
      Although butter does have the best flavour in my opinion, you could try using coconut oil or even olive oil.

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    natacha
    30th October 2019

    Thank you so much for this recipe. Baked at 400 for 25 minutes . It came out delicious!!!

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    Shahn
    9th December 2019

    Delicious and easy! My whole family was asking for more – thanks for sharing this easy recipe!

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    Pete swart
    24th April 2020

    Always good with meat etc but this recipe is the best I’ve tried easy to follow turner out yummy thanks a lot you got me hooked on fish dishes going to try them all thanks Peter

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    Yvonne Steyn
    28th September 2020

    Hi
    Your recipe doesn’t mention turning the fish – do you just grill the one side for 8-10 minutes?

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      TheFishWife
      28th September 2020

      Hi Yvonne.

      That is correct. You just grill the fish on one side 🙂 no turning required.

      Shout if you need anymore assistance.

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