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I love giving ya’ll the chance to win prizes! I mean really, who doesn’t like to win stuff? I know I do! This seems to be the “Summer of Giveaways” and #FlavorsofSummer is going to help keep that statement true.
Let’s start celebrating the Flavors of Summer and enter for a chance to win 1 of 7 prize packages.
Each prize package includes:
1- $50 Visa gift card,
1- “I Love Avocados” t-shirt,
The newly released cookbook “Summer Thyme” from blogger Jennifer Dempsey
Fresh Vidalia onions
and squeezable herbs from Gourmet Garden.
But first before we get into those giveaways let me pull you back to the table and share these Mahi Mahi Tacos with you.
I had my first fish taco in Roanoke about a year or so ago. I didn’t think that I was going to like it, but I did. I was surprised. I have no idea why I even ordered it considering I’m not really a big fish eater, but as fate would have it I decide to order it and loved it. Fast forward to this year, I had Mahi Mahi for the first time at Steaks on a Square.
Again it must have been the “foodie” in me coming out because I don’t know why I ordered it, but I did and I loved it. It came with a mango salsa that really took it over the top.
So the other night I got this idea. Mango and Watermelon Salsa Mahi Mahi Tacos! (an idea that after googling has obviously already been thought of 1000 times, sorry)
It’s my combination of wanting to make fish tacos, that wonderful mango mahi mahi and fresh watermelon that is such a icon of summer!
These are really simple but so refreshing. Now I really didn’t think that BigBear would like these, but I was surprised when he actually really, really liked them! He said I must have Hawaii on the brain because it reminded him of Hawaii haha.
What you’ll need:
Add mango and watermelon to a large bowl. Mix in lime juice and Gourmet Garden Cilantro Paste.
For Mahi Mahi
Heat a skillet to medium heat. Melt butter.
Sprinkle Mahi Mahi fillets with lime juice and lightly smear with Gourmet Garden Cilantro Paste.
Pile Mahi Mahi into tortilla, top with Mango Watermelon Salsa!