This is a super simple recipe for your busier days. It's got just a handful of ingredients, but looks and tastes like you went well out of your way. The spiciness from the jalapeno really challenge sweetness of the mango, but work well together when smothering the baked fish. I used a whole trout here, but you can use any fish you like.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Yield: 2 servings
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Okay, not the heart healthiest recipe in the world but it's tasty and easy and at least it's not deep fried. I highly recommend the packaged Good Seasons Zesty Italian salad dressing that you mix yourself for this recipe.
I love this recipe for the taste and texture. It is easy to prepare and nutrious.
A couple times a month, my friends and I try to make a full meal with whatever we happen to have on hand. No shopping allowed! This one made us giggle at first, but turned out so good. We used spicy corn chips and some crackers for the breading on some fish, and baked it in the oven. We also made a lovely tartar sauce with mayonnaise, ranch and pickles. It's pretty fun to see what you can come up with with what you've got!
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