About 2-4 tablespoons of fresh lime
About 1-2 tsp chili power
Pinch of salt
Pinch of Pepper...
Mix and marinate the Mahi steaks for an hour or so.
To cook them I got a small skillet that just fit the two steaks side by side. I got it really hot, I did a few sprays of cooking spray and put in the steaks. I cooked on that med-high temp for about 3-4 minutes. When I turned them I put a sliver of butter under each. I let them cook for a few more minutes. I reduced the temp and covered for a minute or so.
****kicks self....no pics...hungry from hiking and wanted hot tacos and hot tortillas***
The tortillas are corn. Organic, the kind you heat up from a "dough"
and the Mahi was vacuum frozen fillets.
I then made a sauce from Hidden Valley Ranch dressing:
Four tablespoons ranch,
about two tsp of fresh salsa
and a tsp chili powder.
(Hindsight, maybe lime would have been good in this too).
I chopped lettuce and tomatoes and a bit of avocado. Then I assembled.
Mahi for 4 ounces equals about 2 Classic points. Tortillas are a point each (2) Avocado, dressing and sliver of butter about 3 pts. So about 7-8 classic points. I abstained on cheese because sometimes in life we have to say no to cheese. (No we don't, I just do sometimes) Especially if I said yes every day for 4 days......