Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Mahi-Mahi with Pineapple Salsa

Pineapple salsa:
1 C finely chopped fresh pineapple
3 T minced fresh cilantro
2 T green onions
2 T diced red pepper
1 tsp. minced jalapeno pepper
cayenne pepper to taste
Mix ingredients together and chill, to blend flavors, until ready to use.

Mahi-Mahi: I bought my fish at Trader Joe's, in the freezer section. Good price, and I was pleased with the quality!
2 mahi-mahi fillets, which I rubbed olive oil over, and sprinkled with ground coriander.
Bake fillets in a covered baking dish at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Top with pineapple salsa before serving. Serve with a side salad and vegetable of choice! Enjoy... Seafood has been sounding so good to me lately, summer probably has a lot to do with that! This is a 3 block paleo/zone meal!


Trixie said...

Is this recipe for 2 since you say you used (2)Mahi-Mahi fillets?
BTW: This looks super easy to make!

Kelly Greco said...

Yes, this meal serves two & it was really easy to make! My husband would've liked the salsa a little spicier... so adjust the jalapeno pepper to your liking!

mrjwhit~ said...

That looks SO good!

Trixie said...

Thanks Kelly!!
BTW: What do you normally have for lunch? I'm trying to stay away from breads..would love some ideas!

Kelly Greco said...

Hi Trixie. Today's post is for you! :)

matthewphillips138 said...

Thanks for posting all these zone/paleo recipes! More affiliates should have something like this blog. Your work/time is appreciated.

- Matt

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