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Mahi Mahi 170-230g


Mahi Mahi
170-230g each


Incorporating mahi-mahi into your diet can add a delicious and nutritious element to your meals, providing essential nutrients while offering culinary versatility. Whether grilled with a squeeze of lemon, served with a tropical fruit salsa, or incorporated into tacos or salads, mahi-mahi is a flavorful choice for seafood lovers.

Mahi Mahi is a ray-finned fish that can be found in tropical and subtropical waters. Its firm flesh is fabulous for frying or grilling.


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Mahi Mahi

Does Mahi Mahi Taste Good?

Mahi mahi has a distinct sweet and moderately mild flavor with a fairly firm texture. Mahi Mahi is deliciously flavourful, and adaptable fish with a firm texture. Our wild Mahi Mahi is sold in quantities of 6-7 ounces and is captured off the Vietnamese coast. This fish is frequently referred to as mahi-mahi, which is a Hawaiian word that meaning “very strong” due to its capacity to fend off predators. Mahi Mahi fillets are lighter in colour and have a meaty feel akin to red snapper and salmon.


Cooking Mahi Mahi

To cook mahi mahi offers a multitude of options due to its versatility. It can be incorporated into various dishes using a wide range of cooking techniques:  Grilling, baking, pan-searing, skewering, steaming, or frying in batter are all viable methods to prepare this fish. However, it’s important to note that the skin of Mahi Mahi remains tough even after cooking and is not recommended for consumption.

Regardless of your chosen cooking method, remember to season the fish just before cooking. Seasoning beforehand draws out moisture, potentially drying out the fish. It is advisable to cook the Mahi Mahi within three minutes of seasoning. Once cooked thoroughly, the fish will exhibit an opaque pinkish-white color, indicating it is ready to be enjoyed.


Tips for Grilling Mahi Mahi 

When grilling mahi mahi, follow these tips for a successful and delicious outcome:

Oil the Grill: Ensure that your grill grates are well-oiled to prevent the fish from sticking. This will make flipping and removing the fish easier. Generously oil any fish grilling basket or grilling tray you may use as well.

Skin-On or Skin-Off: You have the option to grill the fish with the skin on, which helps hold it together. Remove the skin before serving if desired. Alternatively, you can grill it without the skin altogether.

Avoid Overcooking: Mahi mahi cooks quickly, so be mindful not to overcook it. It typically takes only 2-4 minutes per side to reach the desired level of doneness. Keep an eye on the fish and aim for an opaque pinkish-white color.

Flip Once: To maintain the integrity of the fish and prevent it from falling apart, try to flip it only once during grilling. This helps to retain its shape and juiciness.

By following these grilling tips, you’ll achieve perfectly cooked mahi mahi with a delightful flavour and texture. Enjoy your grilled fish!

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