Yield: Yields 2 cups sauce.
Delicate and light, this sauce has a loose texture that’s somewhere between a vinaigrette and a salad. It complements most any grilled fish, so feel free to substitute salmon, tuna or halibut steaks for the swordfish.
Grilled Zucchini with Chive Oil is the perfect side for this dish.
This was actually better than I expected it to be. I was looking for a sauce to top my swordfish and it just so happened I had all the ingredients to put this together. It is like a fresh, lemony dill salsa.
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