Bring a taste of the tropics to your easy fish recipes by serving a juicy mango sauce on the side. Mango sauce is tart yet sweet, and it is wonderful with fish as well as pork or chicken. Although mangos are often used in dessert recipes or to make beverages, you can also use this exotic fruit to make salsas or sauces to serve with your favorite easy fish recipes.
Mangos vary a lot so you will need to alter the amount of sugar and salt you add, depending on how sweet or tart your mangos are. You might not need to add any sugar. You will have some mango sauce left over so serve it later in the week. This sauce keeps for several days in a covered container in the refrigerator. Use red bell pepper instead of the orange ones if you like, or even green ones if your mangos are very sweet. Of course the mango sauce will turn out a slightly different color.
You can use any whitefish in the following baked fish recipe, although Alaska pollock is an especially nice choice because it is soft, flavorful, and inexpensive. You could use tilapia, basa fish, or cod instead though. The mango sauce can be warmed up in the pan or you could serve it cold if you prefer. You can serve this dish with fries, potatoes, or rice, as you prefer.
- 1 ½ lbs pollock filets
- 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon olive oil
- ¼ teaspoon lemon pepper
- Fries, potatoes, or rice, to serve
- Fresh herbs, for garnish
- 2lbs ripe mangoes
- 1 white onion
- 2 orange bell peppers
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 tablespoons white vinegar
- Salt and white sugar, to taste
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
- Peel the mangos and remove the stones. Put the flesh in the blender.
- Chop the onion and bell peppers and sauté for 10 minutes in the oil, or until the vegetables are soft.
- Add the vegetables to the blender. Add the vinegar and ½ teaspoon salt too.
- Puree the mixture until it is smooth.
- Taste it and add more vinegar if it is too sweet, some sugar if it is too sour, or more salt if it is bland.
- Pour the mixture into a pan.
- Arrange the fish filets in a baking dish and drizzle the oil over them.
- Add salt and lemon pepper to taste and bake for 10 minutes or until the fish is opaque and flaky.
- Warm the mango sauce up gently.
- Serve the pollock with the mango sauce and some fries, potatoes or rice.
- Garnish with fresh herbs if liked.
Although there are plenty of inspiring pollock recipes, baking the fish, and serving it with a tasty warm mango sauce has to be one of the nicest serving ideas. You can use fresh or frozen pollock in this recipe and you can see from the photo how bright and vibrant the mango sauce is. This exciting pollock recipe is suitable for any season or occasion and the sweet, juicy sauce goes perfectly with the delicious pollock. You might also like to serve some crusty bread with this baked fish recipe, for soaking up every last bit of the mouthwatering mango sauce.
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