1lbwild caught white fish, cubed (I like Mahi Mahi or a thicker fish for this)
1lbsliced shitake mushrooms
6green onions sliced, whites and most of greens
2cupschopped Thai basil (Italian basil will work too but will be sweeter and taste different)
Chili Pepper Sauce (optional)
juice of 1 lime
6Red and/or Green Thai Bird chilies or other chilies - crushed
For Basil Fish
Mix fish sauce, vinegar, and coconut aminos in a bowl and set aside.
Mince shallots and garlic and set aside in a small bowl.
Cube fish and place back in fridge.
Slice mushrooms and scallions, and set aside in a bowl with basil.
Heat 1 tbsp coconut oil in pan until melted.
Add shallots and garlic and cook three minutes until softened
Add in sauce and reduce by half, cooking 3-4 minutes
Add in mushrooms, scallions, and basil and cook another 3 minutes until mushrooms are softened and basil is wilted.
Add fish and cook for 3 minutes or until fish is cooked through.
Chili Pepper Sauce Instructions
Combine crushed chilis, lime juice, shallots, and fish sauce in small dipping bowl.
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