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We substituted Greek non-fat yogurt-delish! great recipe for all in the family
I used low fat Duke's mayonnaise and a sprinkle of Whole Wheat panko, Next time I will use a little less mayo and add a blob of Dijon Mustard. Very very delicious. DH loved it, too.
And I also used it with tilapia too cuz store didn't have enough mahi and was equally tastey
Switched the mayo for guacamole, substituted lemon-pepper seasoning for the garlic salt, added a little salt & cayenne pepper and this was really special. The mahi mahi was extra nice & flaky.
This was so delicious it gave the mahi mahi. Great flavor & Omg so moist.it was truly wonderful I also used a little panko crumbs with garlic & herb bread crumbs I will definitely make this recipe again. Thank you.
Really delicious!! I used Kirkland brand chopped dried onions because I was feeling lazy. Next time I'll use less mayo though, as others have recommended. I will definitely make this again!
Damn Good and Super easy to make. Ingredients are right in the kitchen.
Really tasty and easy to make. I didn't have any lemon juice so used a bit of lemon olive oil instead. Used garlic powder instead of garlic salt. Added some chopped garlic to the mayo-onion mix. Used some parm cheese instead of bread crumbs to keep it gluten free. I scaled it down to 2 people, but next time will do as another reviewer did and use less mayo. Definitely a keeper!
loved by all.
This is a great recipe but you can easily cut back on mayo and use garlic powder instead of garlic salt to cut back on saturated fat and sodium.