5 ingredients or less · fish

Amberjack Fish speared by my husband in the Lousianna Gulf & Easy Mango Coconut ,lime, jalapeno sauce

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Now that I live in the middle of the USA I really appreciate fresh fish; I took this for granted living in Southern California and then Italy where fresh fish reigns and the average person knows fresh from not so fresh. I learned from my Ligurian (Cinque Terre) raised husband to use few spices with fresh fish. The great thing about freshly caught fish is that less is more, meaning you want to keep it simple so as to taste the flavor of the fish. Fish that’s fried or cooked with lots of sauce and spice is often a way restaurants camouflage its age. The best part is that makes cooking it so easy and fast!

Recipe for Super Fast and Easy Fresh Fish Filet with Thai inspired sauce

3 to 4 filets of fresh fish
1/2 cup mango puree- bottled or smash a mango with a fork and season with salt , pepper and lime juice
1 jalapeno minced
2 green onions sliced
1 to 2 tbsp.coconut oil
sea salt and fresh cracked pepper

Heat the coconut oil in a skillet then add the fish filet. Flip when half way cooked.
That’s it!
Then to plate:
drizzle the mango on each plate or one serving platter
Place filet on top
sprinkle salt and cracked pepper
finish it off with a sprinkling jalapeno and green onion

You can serve it with coconut rice or green salad

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