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Old 05-04-2013, 10:06 PM   #1
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Default Mahi-Mahi Burgers (Believe it or not)

I don't know how many of you are familiar with these, but I just thought I had to share them with you. Exceptionally delicious and recommend them if you spy them at your grocer. Wild caught even, if truth be told.



I'm anxious to cook these too. Let's go out to the pit and go indirect under the nuance of mesquite.



Turn them over, do the other side:



Brush the buns with olive oil, toast them, melt the cheese, place a grilled red onion on one



Let's build it now. From bottom up on the bun goes chopped cabbage with a touch of cilantro, patty, deluxe American cheese, beefsteak tomato, patty, cheese, grilled red onion, and Thousand Island dressing.



Plated with sweet potato fries.

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Old 05-04-2013, 10:18 PM   #2
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:44 PM   #3
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Interesting, looks very nice, thanks for sharing!
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:53 PM   #4
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Nicely cooked, cheese and fish?
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Nicely cooked, cheese and fish?
I wondered at first too, Landarc. But the fish and cheese actually complemented one another most favorably.
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Decadent... Looks great.

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Nicely cooked, cheese and fish?
McDonald's has always added cheese to their fish sandwich.
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Guys, can you please help me out here? I was thinking of next time trying these with a different spin, i.e., teriyaki marinate the patties and top with pineapple slice. What other toppings might go well with that combo? Thanks!
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I think that might work.. sure is a different take on a fish sandwich!! Eat your heart out MacD's ..Nice job!!
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I'm full just looking at it. About the " fish and cheese" thing, who cares what people says dont go together. If you like it then do it. I eat cheese on fish Samiches all the time and its good.
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Mahi burgers? Me thinks parts is parts.
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Guys, can you please help me out here? I was thinking of next time trying these with a different spin, i.e., teriyaki marinate the patties and top with pineapple slice. What other toppings might go well with that combo? Thanks!
The burger looks bloody delicious! In regards to other toppings maybe a wasabi mayonnaise
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That looks Great Will have to look for them
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Great looking Sammi !! Good Job !!
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In my part of Florida waterfront places serve fish ruebens creamy coleslaw Swiss and thousand island. Just a small adjustment but guaranteed to please.
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