For the fish
600g flat head fillets
1 lime, juiced
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
Small handful of coriander, washed, dried and roughly torn
Teaspoon of freshly chopped green chili
Pinch of salt
For the mango salsa
1 ripe mango, skin removed and roughly diced
2 teaspoons of chopped jalapeno chili (or normal chili)
1 handful of coriander, washed, dried and roughly chopped
2 tablespoons of lime juice
8 corn tortillas
2 handfuls of shredded lettuce
2 tomatoes, washed and diced
2 small handfuls of picked coriander, washed and air dried
To marinade the fish combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl except the fish, stir to combine and then add the fish into the marinade and allow to marinade for at least 20 minutes at room temperature. Once marinated grill the fish over a high heat on both sides, once cooked allow to rest for a moment and prepare the remainder of the ingredients.
To make the mango salsa, combine the mango, chili, coriander and the lime juice and stir to combine.
To assemble warm the tortillas in a pan over a medium heat until warm, alternatively this can be done in the oven by wrapping the tortillas in aluminium foil and gently heating them until soft and pliable.
I normally serve everything individually in separate bowls on the table to allow guests to put them together themselves however if you wish to assemble them it's a simple process of scattering the cooked fish over the warm tortillas followed by the lettuce, diced tomatoes, coriander and a dollop of the mango salsa.
Go an Aussie Mango
With only a month of good supply to go, Australians are being encouraged to -Go an Aussie Mango' and snatch up the last delicious fruits of this season before it's too late!
Celebrity chef and a true lover of the golden fruit, Tobie Puttock, said now is the time to -Go an Aussie Mango' and appreciate the versatility of the country's most popular summer fruit as the final harvest rounds off what has been an exceptional season.
'Every year I look forward to being able to eat a delicious home-grown mango on a balmy summer evening and this season the flavour and quality of the fruit is second to none," he said. 'Mangoes truly are the flavour of summer and they're so quick and easy to prepare. I've been getting stuck into them fresh as a snack and incorporating them into some tasty meals."
Tobie said mangoes are one of the few fruits that can jump between sweet and savoury, making them an excellent summer staple in the kitchen.
'One of my favourite ingredients to serve with mango is maple syrup, it's so amazing! I also love to play with its sweetness by adding chilli or salty flavours such as fish sauce or prosciutto," he said.
Mangoes make the perfect addition to chicken and seafood dishes and are also great in fresh summer salads, desserts, cocktails, smoothies or fruit salads.
'Aussies, young and old, eat their way through around seven million trays every season and the options are endless with mangoes! There's a wide range of varieties for the whole family to appreciate and there is still an abundance of top notch fruit available to savour," Tobie said.
'You can also enjoy the rich, succulent flavour and sweetness without the guilt of over-indulging. They truly are one of nature's super fruits bursting with nutrients to help you stay healthy this summer."
Mangoes are high in energy, low in fat, low GI and are a great source of calcium and vitamins essential for good health. They provide up to three times the recommended daily intake of Vitamin A and C and are jam-packed with beta-carotene, fibre and potassium.
In addition to the popular choices, such as Kensington Pride, late season varieties such as Keitt, Pearl, Brooks and Palmer will be available in your local greengrocer or supermarket.
'By eating mangoes not only do you get to savour the goodness of these golden fruits, but you are also helping Australian farmers and supporting the domestic economy by purchasing seasonal local produce. So what are you waiting for," Tobie said.
Mangoes will be in good supply through to the end of January with some late season varieties available in February and March.
For more information and delicious recipes, visit www.mangoes.net.au