How to make it

  • Spread (spoon?) the coconut milk (or mayo if using that) on one side of the fish. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Mix together the panko and chopped macadamia nuts. Dredge the coated side of the fish in the nut/panko mixture.
  • In a skillet or saute pan heat the oil over medium high heat, add the fish, crusted side down; saute until browned, turn and cook the other side. About 3 - 4 minutes each side depending on how thick the fish is. The fish should just be opaque and separate easily.

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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    That sounds wonderful - love everything in it! I will have to try this next time I see some good fish at the market!!
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    elgourmand ate it and said...
    Yo Lindy: Great post. I lived in Hawaii for about 20 years and dishes like this are quite common in the better restaurants. They have several variations on the Mahi mahi, coconut cream and macadamia nut thyme. They are usually fantastic and this looks a good one. Your cooking time looks good and that's important as Mahi mahi overcooks real easy. Thanks for the memories and a great post. RJ
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