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Seared mahi-mahi with mango coconut glaze

My friend gave me this mango coconut sauce Spice exchange product,I have to use up before too long in the pantry and recently I just bought this stonewall kitchen seafood rub, I use both ingredients for seared mahi-mahi to serve along with wasabi mashed potato and sauteed Asian napa cabbage and carrot.


Ingredients:
- 2  6-8 oz mahi-mahi fillets
- pinch of salt and pepper
- 1 Tbsp Maine seafood rub/stonewall  kitchen product
- 1 Tbsp olive oil
- 2 Tbsp mango and coconut sauce

preparation :
pat and dry mahi-mahi fillets
sprinkle with salt and pepper both side
rub with Maine seafood rub both side
Heat  olive oil in skillet
cook in medium heat,brush with mango coconut glaze both side until well done,its about 4-5 minutes each side




SAUTEED SESAME GINGER NAPA CABBAGE AND CARROT


Ingredients :
- 2 lbs napa cabbage/ rough chop/thin slice
- 1 large carrot/ shred
- 1 clove garlic/chop
- 1 shallot/chop
- 1 tablespoon grated ginger
- 1/2 Tablespoon sesame oil
- 1 teaspoon soy sauce
- salt and paper to taste
- pinch of sugar

( Heat sesame oil on medium heat, cook chop garlic, shallot and grated ginger for about 2 minutes add napa cabbage and shredded carrot, and season with soy sauce,salt and pepper to taste and pinch of sugar and cook for another 4-5 minutes ready to serve as side dish )



Comments

  1. It has been ages since I last had mahi mahi...the mango coconut glaze sounds really amazing.

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  2. Its hard to resist anything with mango and coconut sauce. I guess I have to use the real ingredients, I mean I don't think we have the sauce over here.

    Beautiful crusty coating on the seared mahi mahi and served with the rest.

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  3. Mango and coconut seems like a wonderful combination. Maybe I can create something like this for a get-together that's coming up. Thanks for the idea!:)

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  4. What a delicious sounding sauce!! I think both dishes are wonderful. :) Have a great weekend. :)

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  5. I would love to try mahi mahi but being vege so not for me!
    But this looks lovely, I would definitely try it for my bro!

    Cheers
    CCU

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