Mango Salsa Swordfish for Dummies

Last week I took a valiant attempt at making swordfish and failed miserably. But I have to say, I think the reason my creation tasted way too fishy had nothing to do with my culinary abilities – I blame it on Stop & Shop and their lack of fresh fish at the end of the weekend. But yesterday, we went to Stew Leonard’s and Bam! just like Emeril Lagasse (or perhaps a very distant relative), I was back in rare form. I picked up two huge pieces of swordfish, a few mangos, some limes and was ready to start grilling.
So without further ado, here’s my recipe for Mango Salsa Swordfish for Dummies:
2 pieces of Swordfish
Slice one mango into small pieces
Ready made bruschetta or tomato and onion salsa (not saucy)
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 glass of white wine
1 tablespoon “I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter”
1 Lime
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit
Spread olive oil on swordfish
Add butter
Sprinkle mango salsa and bruschetta mix on swordfish
Squeeze lime over swordfish
Pour wine over swordfish
Heat the fish for at least 30 minutes or until the fish is cooked thoroughly.
So there you have it! Hope you enjoy it! Incidentally, for those of you keeping score of my weight loss, I’m down a 1.5 pounds! Woo hoo! And according to a news report I saw this morning, if I cut out 100 calories per day for the next year, I could shed 11 pounds. If you have any great weight loss tips or recipes, then what are you waiting for? Share your comments now!