The floral note of the habaneros is a tremendous partner to the mango, but if you can’t find them, substitute another spicy chile. This mojo is also delicious with grilled shimp or pork
I pan-seared the tuna, which preserved the herbs in the marinade which otherwise would fall off into the grill - the rest of the marinade was added to a big pot of tuscan kale and cooked down al dente. Excellent combination of mango-spice-herbs-tuna-kale.
This started as an easy family favorite (especially for my kids who aren't true seafood fans) and quickly emerged as a perfect casual meal entree for guests. I love the surprising simplicity yet elegant presentation (a great combination for any recipe in my book).
I have used this recipe multiple times and guests always want the recipe. Just enough savory balanced with salt and the sweetness of the mojo. Love this one and so glad I found it online after looking through dozens of Fine Cooking Magazines to find it again.
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