My Skinny Mahi Mahi Sliders remind me of one of my favorite movies ever. “Fish are
friends, not food.” Go ahead. Name it. Name that flick.Today, I decided to tackle a healthy rendition of yet another one of my favorite dishes: iPic Theater’s Mahi Mahi Trio. This is honestly one of the most scrumptious entrees I have ever eaten, and while iPic has yummy food, it was so unexpected.
- 1 Mahi Mahi patty (about 110 calories, depending - I used Trader Joe's)
- 3 mini pita buns (about 35 calories each, 105 calories total, depending on brand)
- 2 tablespoons raspberry preserves (60 calories, depending - I used Trader Joe's)
- 2 tablespoons pineapple salsa (10 calories, depending - I used Trader Joe's)
- You can purchase fresh mahi, but I had a few of Trader Joe’s Mahi Mahi Burgers in the freezer, so I quickly whipped one out and tossed it in the oven for about 16 minutes on 400°, flipping it half way through. Refer to instructions on package to know how to prepare your mahi maui.
- Also from Trader Joe’s (of course), I used small pita buns that were only 35 calories each. You can use any kind of bread/bun you'd like. If baking mahi in the oven, allow your bread/buns to warm in the oven for two minutes prior to patty removal.
- Once ready, remove mahi mahi patty and pita buns/bread from oven, and quickly spread raspberry preserves on each.
- Chop up patty and divide equally, one for each pita, and sprinkled with salt and pepper. I then added on each a dollop of pineapple salsa and a few bits of lettuce.
Favorites? I am an addict for marble cheese boards, and one with a cheese slicer? All the better. I also have to have that bread maker. Homemade bread, warm – think those soft, warm doughy rolls that come out fresh at Italian restaurants. And finally, I wholly welcome that Raclette Cheese.