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Nina says ...
Mahi Mahi for fish tacos is my favorite. Very mild and the kids love it.
04/19/2012 9:51:47 AM CDT
nicole sterling says ...
wild salmon roasted in parchment paper with asparagus, red onion, lemon rind, tarragon and olive oil. so good!
04/20/2012 11:25:46 AM CDT
Cindy Robinson says ...
Grilled Shrimp Po-boys... Marinated Shrimp, grilled, served on a bed of homemade coleslaw flavored with dill pickle relish, sliced tomatoes and served on a crusty grilled roll that has had the soft centers removed leaving the roll intact to hold the coleslaw. Just an amazing sandwich!
04/19/2012 5:47:38 PM CDT
Blythe says ...
OMGosh - the Black Cod! I would poach it in a nice bath of coconut milk with a splash of teriyaki and nam pluac sauce - and served on a bed of lemon scented jasmine rice accompanied by balsamic glazed spinach, and a hearts of palm salad. Just the thought of it is making my mouth water!
04/18/2012 11:44:41 PM CDT
Jessica says ...
We enjoy tilapia slightly sauteed in butter and wine with a sprinkle of bread crumbs.
04/18/2012 11:31:36 PM CDT
Shauna b says ...
My absolute fave is Macadamia crusted halibut with coconut creamy rice. It is to die for!!!!
04/18/2012 11:37:04 PM CDT
Krystal says ...
I liked salmon baked over lemon, garlic, and onion, then covered in dill, lemon juice, and olive oil.
04/18/2012 11:20:14 PM CDT
Karen says ...
Saute chopped onion, tomatoes, garlic, capers and greek olives in olive oil for 15 min. Reserve about 1/2 cup. Place 4 - 4oz. portions of mahi over saute and spoon reserved tomato mixture over. Place a tight fitting lid on pan and fish will steam it self over med. heat. Cook about 8 mins. (any white fish will be yummy) Serve over brown rice.
04/18/2012 11:18:04 PM CDT
Sharon W. says ...
An MSC-certified fish marinated with extra virgin olive oil, salt, ground pepper, flour, red chili flakes and an herb mix, and then pan-fried for a crunchy crust.
04/18/2012 11:13:00 PM CDT
Nola Fine says ...
Sea Bass, because it is my favorite fish.
04/20/2012 10:22:17 AM CDT
Lee says ...
I always like salmon steaks grilled with tamari sauce.
04/18/2012 11:57:27 PM CDT
Michael Lawlor says ...
All of the above- nothing new to add as long as the menu includes fresh Canadian Maritime Oysters and wild Alaskan Salmon- preferrably grilled with a very light marinade. Of course , we will need either a good French white or a good local beer!
04/20/2012 10:26:59 AM CDT
Eugenie says ...
my favorite way to have fish is to steam it Chinese style with chopped ginger and scallions, bean paste and a splash of soy sauce and optionally a drizzle of canola oil.
04/18/2012 11:56:35 PM CDT
Dan Landolfi says ...
Ginger Glazed Mahi Mahi Recipe Ingredients 3 tablespoons honey 3 tablespoons soy sauce 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger root 1 clove garlic, crushed or to taste 2 teaspoons olive oil 4 (6 ounce) mahi mahi fillets salt and pepper to taste 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Directions In a shallow glass dish, stir together the honey, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, ginger, garlic and olive oil. Season fish fillets with salt and pepper, and place them into the dish. If the fillets have skin on them, place them skin side down. Cover, and refrigerate for 20 minutes to marinate. Heat vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Remove fish from the dish, and reserve marinade. Fry fish for 4 to 6 minutes on each side, turning only once, until fish flakes easily with a fork. Remove fillets to a serving platter and keep warm. Pour reserved marinade into the skillet, and heat over medium heat until the mixture reduces to a glaze consistently. Spoon glaze over fish, and serve immediately.
04/20/2012 10:29:36 AM CDT
Karla Colter says ...
We dont eat seafood that often, but when we do its always wild-caught Alaskan salmon. Love it on the bbq with a cajun rub. But after reading some of these yummy recipe comments it seems I need to branch-out with my boring cooking skills :)
04/19/2012 12:23:01 AM CDT
suzanne says ...
green-rated tuna, simply sauteed in the pan, a quick sear on each side, in a light olive oil base.
04/19/2012 12:21:32 AM CDT
Donna says ...
Wild caught salmon as simple as it gets - sashimi! Or as ahi poke - onion, green onion, soya sauce, sesame oil and salt and pepper to taste. YUM!
04/19/2012 12:21:25 AM CDT
Barbara Finch says ...
I've been curious about the sardines for a while. The tapas idea sounds interesting.
04/19/2012 12:17:36 AM CDT
Erick says ...
It just makes sence to fish in the green manner. Harming the surrounding can cause a shift in homeostasis and cause unsatisfactory consequences in a future product. Just my 2 cents
04/19/2012 12:05:54 AM CDT
Diane Moss says ...
Heat canola oil, garlic, Herbs de Provance, juice of one lemon, and diced tomatoes until bubbling. Cook black cod and your choice veggies in sauce. Serve over rice.
04/19/2012 12:06:37 AM CDT
Laura says ...
The idea of a Striped Bass served as ceviche makes my mouth water!
04/18/2012 6:25:21 PM CDT
Karen says ...
Seared Tuna with Mango Salsa, Shrimp Slaw and Spanish Rice. Mmmmmmmmm.
04/18/2012 6:25:33 PM CDT
Ray Groses says ...
Great work Whole Foods!! You amaze me all the time! If I had to pick one of the above Green seafoods, I would have to select the Troll- or pole-caught albacore tuna from the US or Canadian Pacific. I would prepare it by marinating it in Teriyaki sauce and searing both sides using a very small amount of sesame oil, then adorn each side with organic sesame seeds. I would side this entree with white rice and fresh organic broccoli. Yuummmm!!! Thx for running this awesome conest. I hope to b e one of the 3 lucky people selected. Thx again! Ray
04/18/2012 6:26:23 PM CDT
Lisa says ...
I would love some fresh halibut fish and chips. They would be homemade with a beer batter and fresh grown sweet potatoes.
04/18/2012 6:27:55 PM CDT
Maria says ...
Grilled Tilapia, with lemon garlic seasoning
04/18/2012 6:26:23 PM CDT

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