Mahi mahi is a relatively low-in-fat fish, but is still a source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Mild and sweet, it does not taste “fishy”, making it a good pick for people who don’t like fish much but want to get some into their diets. In the summer, grill the fish; mahi mahi is meaty and firm making it a good grilling fish.
Seared Mahi Mahi Salad with Tangerine, Guava and Pink Peppercorn Dressing
Pineapple Chili Lime Mahi Mahi Skewers
The dietitians tell us to eat our colours to ensure a healthy diet, and this tasty fish skewer puts that advice in action! Chili, lime and pineapple give it a Caribbean flair. It is important with skewers to cut everything the same size.
Quick Western Bake
Be speedy and energy-efficient with this Western “bake” that’s made in the microwave instead of the oven.
Salmon Burger with Avocado Cucumber Salad
A refreshing avocado-cucumber salsa tops succulent salmon burgers in this delicious dish, perfect for the carb-watchers in your family who may want to avoid the usual bun. A great source of heart-healthy omega fatty acids!
Pan Trout with Garlicky Rapini and Brown Rice
Rapini is an underused vegetable. Bitter and pungent, it can stand up to a lot of garlic to make a perfect foil for pan-fried trout.
Balsamic Mushroom Pizza
Forget about delivery and get the whole family to help prepare this thin crust mushroom lover’s pizza!
Green Eggs on the Run
Finding it hard to get the kids to eat green vegetables? Try hiding them in plain sight in this breakfast sandwich- they may like green eggs and ham.
Layered Salad to Go
Cheer up your lunch time routine with this colourful and nutritious salad. Make on Sunday night and chill for three ready-to-go lunches.
Smoked Salmon and Artichoke Terrine
Although this serves 8 as a sit down appetizer, it will serve a crowd as an hors d’oeuvre at a stand-up cocktail party.