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Poking lots of holes in the fish after it has finished cooking was an awesome way to get the fish to actually absorb the flavor of the marinade.

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SkylerFox September 29, 2012

This recipe was simple to prepare and tasted great. It seemed very healthy as well. We enjoyed it. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny July 25, 2009

Fantastic - how could something so easy be so simple! Served with Kashi rice and asparagus

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Rutherann September 24, 2008

Three cheers and 5 stars for the genius of Marcella Hazan (original creator of this recipe). It could not be simpler or more delicious, but caution: use 1tsp salt at first and add more to your taste. I also urge you to use fresh oregano (not dried), because that's the really special aspect of this dish. Use fresh fish of course -- and I used all the sauce on only 1.5lbs! ;-)

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Laurie H. September 02, 2008

This has so much flavor from such simple ingredients! I love it! I had everything on hand, except the swordfish! Our dear January Bride said it was perfectly fine to substitute shark! What a doll! This imparted such a great and easy flavor! Definitely use fresh oregano here if you can. I am lucky to have a large plant growing outside and am constantly amazed at the freshness it lends! This is a great recipe that is simplicity at its best! Would be easy to adjust this a tad to add some garlic or even some pepper flakes for a little heat. Delicious! I grilled this outside which kept my kitchen nice and cool! Another plus! Thanks January Bride for such a fantastic recipe! *Made for Bev Tag*

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) August 23, 2008
Grilled Swordfish Sicilian-Style