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Tremendous recipe!!! Made this with Mahi Mahi - followed directions to the "T". Seared it on the grill and finished it in the oven while the rest of the meal was finishing. I will definitely use this recipe over and over again!!! I think this might taste great with cilantro! I'll try that the next time.
This was okay, but next time I will change it some. This time I followed the recipe exactly, but found the lemon to be overpowering and the whole dish too tart for my taste. Next time I might double the honey or halve the lemon juice. Otheriwse, I liked the combination of flavors, the balance just wasn't right for me. Made with mahi mahi.
I just joined Weight Watchers and I was looking for a healthy and easy recipe. I bought some Mahi Mahi and found this recipe. I made it tonight and it was delicious! All of the ingredients work well together and it was very easy to follow!
This sauce was excellent and balanced the lemon pepper quite well. After tasting the sauce I ended up increasing the recipe and was glad I did since my family loved it.
This has a nice flavor and is very easy to make.
Delicious -- a real keeper. I used frozen Mahi Mahi fillets and it was great. In spite of the fact I like to follow recipes as closely as possible the first time around, I couldn't do it -- no fresh basil, no scallions, no time to get 'em. It was delicious anyway, and will probably be even better when I make sure I have all the ingredients!
Delicious sauce! I used maple syrup and dried basil. Also, DH doesn't like fish so I made his with a boneless, skinless chicken breast. He raved!
I made this with frozed Mahi Mahi fillets. I omitted the worchestershire sauce as I am allergic and the scallion as I did not have one handy and doubled the garlic and it was amazing! I did not even thaw the fillets, (I never do with the Costco flash frozen fish) I cooked it for about 40 minutes and it was perfect. Served over brown rice, yummy! A definite add on for my cookbook!
I mixed a bit of lime with the lemon juice, and I added a tad of Molasses to the sauce. My wife loved it!!