Wow - this was an experience! Since the recipe said the fish only needed to cook 3 min on each side, I decided to start with the sauces first so I wouldn't get distracted. I have a tiny kitchen and a big family. Mango Salsa - apparently I got ahold of a "Super Jalapeno" pepper because the salsa was ON FIRE by the time I got done mixing it. My eyes were watering so bad I had to take a break so I could read the rest of the recipe. To calm it down, I added a can of corn and a can of black beans - both drained. Then I mixed up the white sauce, double batch, using fat-free yogurt instead of sour cream. I left out the cayenne pepper because I could still feel the jalapeno burn. Then came the interesting venture of cooking the fish. I couldn't find Mahi Mahi in my store, so I grabbed Talepia. I put it in the pan with a sprinkle of olive oil, a dash of sea salt, and a sprinkle of lemon pepper. 3 min on each side was ok, until it started breaking apart but I could still see red in the middle. So, through sheer accident, it turned into something like a fish stir fry in the pan when I tried to turn it over. I added a little more seasoning and oil and went ahead with the stir fry experiment. It was YUMMY!! VERY messy, but yummy! It was a tasty mess, but I have one unsolved question - I have washed my hands a zillion times and the jalapeno oil on my fingers is still burning every body part I touch. Anyone know how to kill the burn???
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Wow - this was an experience! Since the recipe said the fish only needed to cook 3 min on...