It's not one that's on the site, but just wanted to share it since it's super-simple! We went fishing off Montauk for striped bass on Friday, and since we have a bunch of filets in the chill chest I looked up recipes on how to fix it and found this gem. I'm sure it would work with any fish - it'd be yummy on salmon!
Put fish fillets into baking dish and
add ? cup orange juice, ? cup soy sauce, 2-tablespoons cooking oil, ?
teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, and 1-clove garlic (I think the filet I used was 1 lb, maybe 1.25 lbs tops)
Marinade fish for 1-hour, turning once Remove fish and place in buttered foil on a broiler pan Broil 4-inches from heat for 10-minutes, turning once Serve with sprig of parsley (we didn't do this, since I didn't have any) I also reserved the marinade and boiled/reduced it in a saucepan while the fish broiled - it was yummy poured over the top of the fish. I'm sure this would work well on the grill also, but maybe put down a piece of heavy-duty foil to keep the fish from sticking to the grate or falling through.