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Day 5! Sounds like everyone is doing well this first week. We like the reports we're hearing! Keep up the good work, and be sure to bring in your food logs towards the end of the week so we can check them out. Some of you have been sharing recipes for us to post – thank you! We definately need a picture with them, so try to take a shot if you can. If not, it'll have to wait to be posted until we cook it ourselves and capture the meal in all it's photographic glory!
Juli has still continued to send us recipes from Golden and we appreciate it. Some of you know from the comments on this page, but Juli and another athlete Anna have started a Nutrition Blog at Flex Gym in Lakewood. It's got a ton of great stuff on there so check it out and use it for ideas during this month!
Juli's done it again. She's even adding garnishes:
Mahi Mahi with Mango Summerland Salsa
(recipe by Whole9life.com)
1lb (or more) Mahi Mahi
3 ripe mangos (i used 1 mango and 2 peaches)
1 red pepper
1 orange pepper
2 jalapeno peppers
1 serrano pepper
1 anaheim sweet pepper
1 sweet onion
3 garlic cloves
Lime juice (3 limes)
1 tbsp EVOO
1 bunch cilantro
Salt and pepper
Chop mango, peppers, onion, tomatoes and jicama into small salsa-sized cubes and combine in a large bowl.
Mince or press garlic, add to bowl, mix.
Squeeze limes over bowl, add EVOO, and mix.
Season with cumin, salt and pepper to taste.
Add most of chopped cilantro and lightly mix just before serving. Save some cilantro to top each individual dish.
Put salsa in the fridge to marinate while you prepare your mahi mahi. I seasoned it with salt, pepper, and i spicy rub (its called butt rub, ha!) but season your fish with whatever tastes good to you.
Put fish on grill (or pan) and cook on both sides for about 4-5 min or until fish is flakey.
Top your fish off with salsa and avocado and put some cilantro on top.
**This recipe makes A LOT of salsa. You'll definitely have it for a couple of days depending on how many you are cooking for. Feel free to cut the recipe in half if you don't want that much.