The last installment from last week’s adventures in breaking in a Weber griddle takes the form of Blackened Catfish.
Start by brushing your catfish filets with melted butter then coat liberally with blackened seasoning.
I used a commercial blackened seasoning for this cook. I highly recommended this stuff. I don’t have a recipe of my own to share…sorry!
I preheated the cast iron griddle on HIGH for 20 minutes until the griddle was smoking and the Weber Genesis was at 500F.
Add the catfish to the griddle and cook for three minutes.
Here is what it looks like when it is ready to flip….
Flip the catfish, baste each filet in butter, and grill another three minutes.
Take those bad boys off the griddle and dig in!
Just in case you started in the middle of this series here are the links to the other posts on using a cast iron griddle on a Weber grill.
- Griddle Cooked Surf and Turf
- Griddle Cooked Potato Pancakes
- Griddle Cooked Double Bacon Mushroom Cheeseburgers
- Griddle Cooked Breakfast
And remember, your grill will last a LOT longer if you keep it covered when not in use. Here is the link to find a Weber Genesis grill cover.
I hope you enjoyed the series; I know I had a great time putting it together!
As a way of spreading the love for griddle cooking I am giving away a new Lodge cast iron griddle exactly like the one I used in these posts (US addresses only, please). To enter the give away simply leave a comment below! Make sure you include an email address so I can get in touch with the winner.
A winner will be selected at random on December 26, 2014. Good luck!!
Updated 12/26/14: And the winner is the ONLY entrant…Veronica! Congratulations!