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Monday, September 20, 2021

Mahi Mahi Recipes Baked

Searching for Mahi Mahi recipes baked?  I am excited to share with you one of our Mahi Mahi recipes baked with you today!  

You know how I love fish, and how I have been experimenting in the kitchen?  I am so enjoying myself...  especially when dinner turns out!  Ha!

Who doesn't love it when there is a win, and in the kitchen at dinner? That is so nice.  Are you ready for our mahi mahi recipe today?  Hold on to your hats... you will love this one!  I promise, unless you do not like fish, then I am not sure what to say.  

I can tell you there was once a time when I did not like fish, but then I tried some new things and found I did like them.  Then when I had to begin my gluten free journey, I found there was a whole other world out there and guess what?  It wasn't so bad, and was actually pretty delicious.

When I found I was allergic to wheat, barley, and rye I thought ok, no problem.  I am not a big fan of pasta anyway, but then when you read ingredients?  WOW!  You find that wheat is in almost everything!  It can be found in items you would never think to look.  We can table that for another day though...    

Mahi Mahi Baked 

What you will need: 

  1. 4 Mahi Mahi filets
  2. 1 t garlic powder
  3. 1 t Italian seasoning
  4. 1/2 c sour cream
  5. 1/4 c mayonnaise
  6. 1/4 c parmesan cheese
  7. 2/3 c gluten free breadcrumbs
  8. salt and pepper to taste
  9. Pinch of Italian seasoning

What to do to get started:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • First I removed the mahi mahi from their packages and placed into the foil lined pan.
  • Next I sprinkled the garlic powder and Italian seasoning on top of the fish
  • Then I sprayed the fish with olive oil (one spray each piece)
  • In a small bowl, mix the sour cream, mayonnaise, parmesan cheese, breadcrumbs, salt and pepper, and just a pinch of Italian seasoning  until well mixed together
  • Scoop the mixture on top of each filet
  • Place in oven
  • If your fish is thawed, bake for 20 minutes at 350, then broil for 3 minutes
  • Mine was frozen, so I decided to bake an extra 5 minutes, then broil for 3 minutes 

Can you believe if I tell Mr. VS I am making fish for dinner, he will conveniently stop off and pick up something else?  Then there is the oh, you were making dinner tonight?  I wasn't sure, so I stopped and got something.

Like he does not know when I have told him I am making fish... I think in the future I will not let him know I am making it.  I do not have another "subject" to test recipes on, so he is it folks.  Lucky (or unlucky) for him!  

Yep, he thinks he is slick, but after 8 years of marriage, I know all of his tricks.  So I made him try the fish anyway since I knew it was 100% awesomeness!  I had a small bite as he was walking in the door with his dinner.  I said put that down, you need to at least try this.  Bossy wife, huh?  😉

And the verdict?  He agreed and said you can make more of that, I will totally eat it.  I replied, I told you it was going to be good, then I laughed.  There was no need to pick up yucky drive thru food... not when he had this delicious dinner waiting on him at home!  It smelled like Red Lobster in our kitchen and I decided that had to be good, right? 

Do you have recipes your family members think oh that again?  I can make the same things over and over again, and yet make them different each time.  Yes, we have fish often, but it was different tonight than other nights I have made fish.

And you know, I make things easy because who has time for a million steps to make dinner every night?  I know I do not have time for that.  I usually have about an hour to make dinner, and truthfully, sometimes I do not start it until 30-45 minutes before Mr. VS will be home.

I also am not a fan of using lots of dishes and mixing things up in multiple bowls... life is hard enough, make dinner easy on yourself.  Less dishes, means less time spent cleaning up, who doesn't love making life easier?  I hate clean up so I make it as simple as I can for myself.    

You will have to let me know if you decide to give this one a try, but I give it an A++.    

Side note, gluten free breadcrumbs have the consistency of cracker crumbs, so in my opinion, you could also use crushed crackers in this recipe if you are not gluten free.  I make all of my meals where you could easily make gluten free or not.  I am the only one in my family so I have to make it appealing to them as well.      

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