- 1lb Walleye filletsor other freshwater fish, like yellow perch or white bass
- 1 pinch Garlic and herb seasoning
- 5 tbsp Buttermelted
- to taste Salt
Broiled Walleye Fillets
There’s no better way to cook fish that this simple Broiled Walleye Fillets recipe. Walleye is a freshwater fish (it’s also called yellow pike) and if you’re lucky enough to have a fisherman friend, perhaps they can hook one for you! Otherwise, you can try the fish counter and if they don’t have walleye, another freshwater fish will work great, like yellow perch or white bass.
This grilled walleye recipe is great for an outdoor grill but it works perfectly under the broiler, which is what I’m using here. As you can see, there are no bells or whistles to this recipe – just butter, seasoning and salt, so the flavor of the walleye can really stand out. Walleye have a sweet flavor and when cooked just right, it’s succulent, soft and flaky, utterly delicious!
So, how to make Broiled Walleye Fillets?
Steps to make Broiled Walleye Fillets
Heat the broiler and prepare foil wraps
Prepare the fillets
Make the foil parcel
Cook the fillets
Serving Broiled Walleye Fillets