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If you enjoy eating fish, this is dish you won’t want to miss! Make sure to share with us how it tastes if you decide to make it at home!
Mahi Nutritional Benefits: This fish provides you with 19 grams of protein per serving and is packed with Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B3 all of which can help support proper brain function. You’ll also find Mahi as a great source of Selenium, Phosphorus, & Niacin
Red Cabbage Nutritional Benefits: This low-calorie vegetable is packed with great nutrients. It has high amounts of Vitamin K and Vitamin C as well as a good source of Folate. Antioxidants like sulforaphane and kaempferol may also help aid with reducing inflammation. Anthocyanins are also found in red cabbage which are also linked with reducing blood pressure.
* Always be aware of your sodium and fat intake. Adjust the amount of salt and oil aligned with your dietician’s or doctor’s advice. This may affect the desired flavor profile.
2-4 filets of Mahi
Paul Prudhomme Blackened redfish magic (adjust to taste or dietary restrictions)
1 head of red cabbage
4 stalks of yellow corn (or 1 can of corn kernels)
1 can black-eyed peas
1 small red onion
1 red pepper
1 tsp blended oil (i prefer 90% canola, 10% olive oil)
Extra virgin olive oil to taste
Salt to taste
Learn more healthy recipes and nutritional facts at our Healthy Eats section.