Ingredientsservings 414 cals
- Place mahi mahi in a wide, shallow bowl. Drizzle with 1/4 cup Nakano(R) Seasoned Rice Vinegar - Original and soy sauce. Refrigerate 30-60 minutes, turning fish over once.
- Meanwhile, prepare chutney in a medium serving bow by combining mango, 2 tablespoons Nakano(R) Seasoned Rice Vinegar - Original, red onion, ginger, mint and coconut. Add more seasoned rice vinegar, to taste, if desired. Let chutney sit at room temperature until ready to serve.
- Combine macadamias and panko bread crumbs in a shallow bowl.
- Beat egg in another shallow bowl.
- Melt butter in a 10 to 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat. Drain fish and pat dry. Dip each piece of fish in egg, then in macadamia mixture; place in skillet.
- Cook over medium heat approximately 8 minutes per side, or until cooked as desired. Serve with Mango Ginger Chutney.
Per Serving: 414 calories; 21.9 g fat; 21.4 g carbohydrates; 35.6 g protein; 187 mg cholesterol; 932 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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I never post reviews but this recipe deserves attention. We live in a military town in the middle of no where so we don't have access to fresh fish. The frozen stuff is just as good. I used the ...
Hubby and I loved this. However, next time, I will cook the fish a little before coating it, because the nuts were a little burned.
This is absolutely wonderful. The fish is light and flaky, the roasted nuts crust is so tasty. The chuntey is such a nice contrast in taste. I would absolutely make this again and make it for...
i made this with tilapia instead of mahi mahi. It was amazing! A friend of mine tried this recipe whom doesnt like fish, she loved it! the mango ginger chutney was perfect with the fish! I want ...
We love this recipe. The chutney is so tasty and the coating on the fish is perfect. We have made this many times, and it takes a few tries to cook the fish properly without burning the coatin...
I've only make the mango ginger chutney. It was fantastic on the cuban pork roast (also on allrecipes.com). I switched candied ginger for fresh, but either one will work.
My husband is not a fish fan... but he loves this! Even my picky kids ate it.