As part of my ongoing quest to eat healthier, besides adding more plant-based meals, I’ve also been trying to incorporate more fish into my diet.
When it comes to buying fish, however, it can be hit or miss. Honestly, the selections from my local grocery store are not that great, and the quality can be questionable at times.
Case in point, yesterday’s fish purchase. It was Mahi Mahi, not a fish I have a lot of experience with – I mostly stick to cod and salmon – but the reasonable price of $8.99 per pound persuaded me to pick it.
The plan was to turn it into Mahi Mahi Coconut Curry Stew, but as I opened the package I took a whiff of fishy odor. That’s why it’s recommended to smell fish before buying it, but I feel weird doing it.
I decided to rub salt onto the fillets, rinse them with cold water, pat them dry, put cajun seasoning on, and then air-fry them. That’s my preferred method of cooking fish nowadays. Quick and easy, and it doesn’t leave too much lingering smell in the kitchen.
It was surprisingly good! The fish was not smelly! I quite enjoyed my dinner. Mmm…mmm…to more Mahi Mahi!
Mmm…mmm…to these, too!
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