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Monday, June 9, 2014

KAJIKI - PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN

 KAJIKI - PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN
DINNER AT HOME

Enjoyed an incredible dinner of fresh Hawaiian Kajiki (Pacific Blue Marlin) with Mashed Potatoes and fresh carrots and broccoli.  Cooked the Kajiki on an indoor grill pan to sear the outside and get some grill marks.  Then popped it in a 375 degree oven for 3-4 minutes to finish.  Placing the Kajiki in the oven helps keep it moist as if you overcook the fish on an indoor or outdoor grill it will get tough. Made a quick sauce of shallots, garlic, white wine, capers, creme and butter.  Wow this was a flavor bomb worthy of any restaurant in Honolulu.  Nowhere near restaurant prices as the Kajiki was $6.99 per pound which means dinner for three was under $15!.
Click link below for more posts and recipes for Marlin;
http://greateatshawaii.blogspot.com/2015/01/grilled-marlin.html

FRESH HAWAII KAJIKI (PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN) WITH SHALLOT, BUTTER AND CAPER SAUCE
FINISH THE KAJIKI IN THE OVEN AND DON'T OVERCOOK AND IT WILL BE MOIST AND DELICIOUS 

1 comment:

  1. Wow! Bought some kaKiki and was trolling the web for recipes. Tried this and it was amazing! We mashed cauliflower with a touch of garlic and Greek yogurt for the side dish. The perfect compliment to this sturdy mellow fish and tangy cream sauce. The kajiki was incredible. Thanks for the great idea!

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