Fish can take a good amount of practice to get it right. Since it’s delicate and flaky, people are cautious and usually end up undercooking it. The recommended temperature is 145 degrees Fahrenheit (63 degrees Celsius) for most fish, so make sure you use a digital food thermometer to get it right.
Although it will take some practice, it’s not impossible to master the art. If you are cooking a salmon fillet, allow it to rest and then cut it open. Once you slice it, check whether or not it has reached the right temperature.
You need to be very careful with fish as overcooking will kill the taste, and all your hard work will go down the drain. Also, make sure it’s not undercooked as it can be harmful to children and pregnant women. Give your fish sufficient time on the grill at a smooth temperature to cook it perfectly.