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Parchment Paper Mahi Mahi

TUTTLE871TUTTLE871 Posts: 1,316
edited October 2013 in Off Topic
I have been on a Mahi Mahi kick lately and since Trader Joes opened I can get it at fairly good price. Seeing all these folks on here cooking fish with parchment paper I decided I needed to give it a try. Seasoned up the fish with DP Tsunumi Spin and then laid a Rosemary sprig and a few slices of lemon. Wrapped up in parchment and prepped everything else.

 I found this bag of Green Bag Royal Oak up in WYO over the summer at Menards so I bought a few bags and brought them back to Texas (that's another story). This stuff was already at 350 in about 5 min. No smoke or anything I was very impressed and wish I had about 10 bags of it but the car I came back in to Texas was not made for space. 

 Back to the fish, I had two other filets that I vacuum sealed with some tereyaki sauce for about 3 hours and threw them on with the parchment paper fishe at about 300 indirect. Had a few pecan twigs I threw in also. Went for about 20 min and pulled. The parchment fish was very moist and the wife loved it. I was more partial to the tereyaki version. 

 Did a spinach and bean sprouts sautéed in garlic and EVOO. The other stuff was something the wife wanted from Trader Joes it was awesome, some kinda peas and spinach and gnocchi. Had to get something sorta of healthy in me since we are heading to the State Fair tomorrow and I can't imagine the crap I'm going to eat.

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