(5 lbs.) Wild Caught Mahi Mahi Fillets- (Approx. 6 oz. per portion)-(Product of Mexico)
Mahi Mahi swim up to 50 mph, but we still caught some for your
healthy fish choice! (Join our FREE food blog. Click here.)
and home cooks alike select Mahi Mahi for its lean meat that pan-sears, bakes,
grills and even fries to a mildly sweet flavor. Diners enjoy the moist meat
that flakes with a fork. Unbelievably,
with such a tender meat, you’d expect the fish to exhibit an oily texture and
“fishy” taste. Not Mahi Mahi, it soaks
in spices and seasonings for an exquisite fish dish. Remove the skin, however,
since it’s thick and may detract from the dining and cooking experience. We fillet your Mahi Mahi into several pieces
weighing from 1-1.2 pounds.
Things to know about Mahi Mahi.
- 3 ½ oz or 100 grams of this temperate to tropical fish boasts 109
calories, 24 grams protein and large amounts of potassium, selenium and Vitamin
- Before cooking, the flesh appears pinkish and cooks to a brilliant
- Did you know Mahi Mahi can swim up to 50 mph?!
- Cooking idea, Hawaiian Mahi Mahi: Thaw your fillet size portions
in the fridge overnight. Each portion
weighs about 6 ounces, a fulfilling serving size. Drizzle extra virgin olive oil in the pan and
sprinkle the fish with oregano. Position generously chopped butternut squash,
mushrooms and pineapple over and around the fish. Soak the fish with pineapple
juice. Allow the mix to sizzle on
medium-high for 15 minutes per side and serve promptly with a crisp Pinot
Grigio. Bon Appetit!