The firm rich texture and mild flavor of mahimahi take well to steaming, and for the same reason, you can substitute cod in this recipe, or even salmon. Here, a Chinese-style basic bean sauce compliments fish cooked in a traditional Chinese method. I like to serve this dish with jasmine rice and stir-fried vegetables.
Recipe is from The Electric Kitchen; Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc. 5/01/98. Tuna is marinated with soy sauce, seaweed, ginger, chiles and sesame oil.
This is a quick and "lean" version of the popular Louisiana dish. Ingredients include brown rice, turkey sausage, boneless, skinless chicken breasts, celery, bell peppers and onions.
Recipe by Executive Chef Craig Erikson of Sea House Restaurant, Maui.
This recipe features the sweet Maui Onion. If you can't find them on the mainland then you can substitute the Vidalia or Texas or any sweet onion. This recipe is for large quantities but you can adjust it for home use.