Growing up I used to HATE eating fish, so I always thought I just wasn’t a seafood person. Then I started my vegetarian journey for a few years, which was great, but then I went on dialysis and needed to find a way to add more protein into my diet. I knew for a fact I didn’t want to eat any pork or beef. I couldn’t just live off beans and nuts anymore because my phosphorus levels were too high so I started adding more seafood into my diet. I found out I LOVE Mahi-Mahi and salmon! So today I’m going to show you my favorite way to cook Mahi-Mahi.
Here is what you’ll need…
- Mahi-Mahi fillet
- Mango lime seasoning
- Salt & Pepper
- Lemon & Lime
Pat dry your fish with a paper towel so that when you cook it you get a nice sear on it, and season with mango lime seasoning, a little bit of salt & lots of pepper. Pan sear it in a hot pan with a tablespoon of olive oil till it’s about 60 percent cooked then flip on the other side to finish cooking. While your fish finishes cooking, start on the sauce!
The sauce is super simple and delicious! In a mixing bowl add about 1/4 cup of mayonnaise, chopped parsley, the juice of a whole lemon and half a lime, lastly you want to add some capers and just mix to incorporate everything together. Once your fish is done cooking you’re done! You can pair the fish with a salad and some rice or potato wedges. Enjoy, and tag me in your recreations!