Mahi-Mahi with Mango Relish

I’ve got a thing for mango. Firstly, it reminds me of Hawaii, so that’s an automatic point. Secondly, it is sweet and smooth and citrusy but not tart, so I love it. Obviously, I had to try the Mahi-Mahi with mango relish from April Living. Cut up one mango and one small peeled cucumber. Mix with the juice of one lime and some chopped basil and salt and pepper. Let that sit awhile and grill your fish. Serve with the relish on top and ENJOY. Usually I end up adding lemon juice to any fish, but this did not need it at all. And Mr. MarthaAndMe, who generally is not a cucumber fan, didn’t even notice the cukes. The mango takes center stage and it is just divine with the fish. I’m definitely going to be making this one again and again. I could almost hear the waves on the Hawaiian beach….

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7 Responses to Mahi-Mahi with Mango Relish

  1. Frugal Kiwi says:

    I’ve been a non-mango eater for some time, but I’ve come around now. Frugal Man prefers the extreme sweetness of the Australian mangoes, I like the more fibrous, tarter South America ones. Either sound like the would be divine prepared as above on a nice bit of Gurnard.

  2. Oh, I love mango. There’s a great mango roll at my favorite sushi bar in KC and you made me hungry for it. I’ll have to give this recipe a try!

  3. Sheryl Kraft says:

    I saw mangoes appear for the first time at Whole Foods today and was so excited. Love mangoes, especially when they’re so juicy you have to eat them over the sink 🙂

  4. marthaandme says:

    Oh yummy – sounds wonderful.

  5. Why is it always an overdue mealtime when I come to visit? Now I’m hungry AND bummed that your dish isn’t in the kitchen waiting for me.

  6. Alisa Bowman says:

    I love mango too. But how do you seed a cucumber?

  7. marthaandme says:

    You peel it, cut it lengthwise and just cut out the center mushy part with the seeds.

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