By Sharon123 on October 28, 2004
Photo by Queen Dana
Photo by Queen Dana
"A great recipe from the big island of Hawaii! Courtesy of Eileen Goltz."
Serving Size: 1 (331 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"A great 10 star recipe, full of taste and pow! I upped the jalapeno a bit, because we love spicy here, and this was totally wonderful both in taste, and as pretty as a button to serve for company. Mango's are just so darn delish, this really is such a balanced taste, perfect in every way! Thanks, Sharon! Made for ZWT7"
"This has a very different sauce than I am used to using on fish, but it is very tasty. Next time I will up the chiles and garlic, I thought it would be spicer. Also, it makes a huge amount of marinade, enough for at least two meals, might try it on chicken breasts."
"I used Jumbo Shrimp with this sauce and grilled it, then topped it with the sauce. Everyone loved it. and oh yea, I added a quarter cup off coconut to the sauce recipe."
"This really good. I used a red chile instead of jalapeno and grilled the tilapia."
"A fruity fish sauce. This is probably a good dish for some people, but just turned out to be not to our taste. The mango texture, especially in a cooked puree, was uncomfortable, and the flavors were muddled rather than complementary. It would be interesting to know more of the background of this dish - the "sour orange" (orange juice and acid) and thyme flavor I associate with cuban tastes - there must have been some spanish colonial transfer?"
"pretty good!! i pumped it up with some ginger and red pepper flakes after tasting it. marinated for an hour, and then grilled it outside on a flame. I'm not sure the marinade did much for the fish as a marinade, but it was stellar as a topping! I served it with cilantro black beans and sliced baked sweet potato. Next time I might just grill the fish seasoned only with dry ingredients so it is nice and carmelized, then use this recipe as a topping for the fish and beans! Thanks so much for sharing..."
"This was good. I used 2 mangoes and cider vinegar and no shallots (I've never seen those in a market here). I thought it was a pretty good sauce and a very healthy way of preparing fish. Made for ZWT3."
"Very good recipe. I love tilapia. This was an unusual and fun recipe to make and eat."
"So easy and simply devine. I added a small amount of ginger which added to the tropical flavors of this fish. Also used a white balsamic vinegar to maintain the orange hue while including balsamic which I prefer to cider vinegar. There is tons of sauce here so next time I may reserve some to prepare with chicken. Thanks! "
"Great recipe! The sauce really adds a lot of flavor to this dish! Thanks for sharing it! "
"The family LOVED it. I think this would go great with sweet potatoes that are slightly seasoned. "
"Wow!! Absolutely fantastic recipe! I made this for company last night using Halibut as that is all we had, and it was devoured. Thanks so much for a delicious way to prepare fish. "
"Ten star dressing. I've made lots of mango salsas which use more or less the same ingredients and I think this is probably better than any of them (including my own). I baked cod with the dressing on it. Can't wait to use the rest of it tomorrow night on some black beans and rice. "
"This was excellent! I had a little less then 2 cups of mango, and I used Italian seasoning as I was out of just thyme. I served it over pearl barley which was a lovely contrast. A nice tangy dressing complimented the fish. Thanks!"
"OK this is a recipe that I didn't read the directions! I just put all the marinade into the vita mix and pureed. Placed in fridge to chill while I pan fried the lightly seasoned fish stove top. And served on a pool of the "dressing." Yes, I said dressing! This was Fabulous! My DH had and still doesn't know there was 2 mangos in this dressing. This fish would be great served on a bed of wilted spinach or fresh baby greens. But this recipe does make a lot of marinade for the amount of fish. So save some on the side for your salads. Sharon This will most definitely be made aging the way the directions state. Thanks Sharon!"