This is one of my all-time favorite recipes, and it works with any meaty fish, including bigeye or yellowfin tuna and domestic Atlantic mahimahi. These big fish contain some mercury, but enjoying them occasionally is fine. Serve this dish on its own for a light meal, or pair it with roasted potatoes to satisfy heartier appetites.
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