There are not many foods that are equally as healthy as they are delicious but we would certainly put seafood into this category. Apart from these obvious advantages, seafood is also very easy to grill and easy to prepare. Fish and other seafood is delicate and tends to dry out easily, making the task of grilling it seem intimidating but it is easy to prepare and the preparation time is minimal.
Fish like tuna, cod, halibut or salmon (deep-sea fish), can come from the fishmongers already cut into steaks or fillets making them a great choice for the grill. Fillets are fleshy on one side and have skin on the other and have no bones (or very little). The side with the skin is super-handy as it keeps the fish firm and also provides a barrier between the fish and the cooking heat which seals in the moisture to make your grilled fish extra succulent. Fish steaks look excellent when displayed but contain bones that you will have to be careful with.
Smaller fish like catfish and trout can be bought in one piece, as grilling a complete fish is the easiest to prepare. Putting a perfectly cooked whole tout as a centerpiece can really impress your diners. As mentioned earlier, watch out for the bones in whole fish or fish steaks.
Shellfish, like lobster and prawns, can be grilled in their shells, with only a little preparation and then peeled and eaten later on.