Monday, November 17, 2014

Hi! It's almost weekend, as always I would love to share with you guys about my #WeekendCookingProject that I did only on weekends. It seems that I don't have much time on weekdays to cook with proper ingredients like this, or its not proper anyway, Lol. Hopefully I can do this every weekend, I'll try as best as I can because my schedule will be pretty tight until New Year! 

I've been counting weekly since I moved here, did I make a big improvement with my cooking skill or not? It's an honor if you say the truth to make me better. HAHA. But from what I see, since I've already tried to make all my fav dishes, and many things, I think I am quite good (as a beginner chef, lol). So, absolutely I'm a good partner that can cook scrumptious for you everyday, *BigGrin. But, for who? Akh, let's forget it..

This episode on my #WeekendsCookingProject I've tried to make pineapple mango topical sauce with mahi-mahi fish, actually you can use this sauce also for salmon or tuna. I am lucky that my brother have mahi-mahi fish on the fridge, so I just used all the Ingredients that available on that freezer. I thought in this cold weather, this sauce is quite good enough to accompany your dinner. And another idea, oh call me this is crazy idea, you can bring it on the table for thanksgiving dinner with mac and cheese!Lol, you decide..

Anyway, this is very simple recipes and it took less than one hour. So, you still have a lot of time to prepare another thing. Hopefully it was good as always, enjoy and Goodluck guys.

- 1 cup fresh Pineapple
- 1 tablespoon Apple Pie Spice
- 1 tablespoon low sodium teriyaki sauce
- 1 cup fresh Mango
- 1 small peach
- 2 tablespoons light brown sugar
- salt and pepper to add your taste
- 1 tablespoon of ginger garlic seasoning
- 250 gram of Mahi-mahi fish
- 1 tablespoon parsley
- 2 pcs butter
- 2 tablespoon oil


1. Put all sauce ingredients in food processor or blender: pineapple, teriyaki sauce, mango, apple pie spice, peach, salt and pepper. Blend together until a little bit soft, so you can still feel the mango

Note: you can peel the skin of the peach or leave it.

2. Put in a bowl, mix in brown sugar with a spoon.

3. Heat a saute pan with butter and oil for the fish. Place in pan, skin side facing up. Turn the fish over after 3-4 minutes. Then, cook for another 3-4 minutes or until done, just remember do not overcook the fish.

4. Remove the fish and put on a platter then drizzle some mango sauce around the plate and top.

5. If you doesn't like grilled fish, here's another tips from me. You can cook the fish together with the pineapple mango tropical sauce at the microwave around 4-5 minutes.

Total Time (50 minutes)
Prep : 20 minutes
Cook : 30 minutes
Level : Easy 
Yield : 1-2 Servings

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