A moderately fatty Hawaiian fish, mahi (sometimes called mahi mahi) is a perfect seafood for grilling, broiling or baking. These easy seafood recipes for mahi use the warm-water fish in tacos, curries, and salads.See Popular Mahi Mahi Recipes
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Next time you're in the mood for fish, move past the usual choices of salmon and tilapia and discover how to cook mahi mahi.
Next time you're in the mood for fish, move past the usual choices of salmon and tilapia and discover how to cook mahi mahi. Also known as dolphinfish, mahi mahi is indigenous to Hawaii (in fact, "mahi mahi" means "very strong" in the native Hawaiian dialect), the Caribbean and the western coasts of the Americas, among other places.
This tangy, buttery, gorgeous soup -- bright red with dende oil -- is Daniel Boulud's riff on a recipe by French chef Claude Troisgros.
The sweet, moist flesh of this popular Hawaiian fish soaks up the zesty orange-accented glaze.
Ancho chili powder has a darker color and spicier flavor than regular chili powder. It adds a spicy kick to this festive feast. Black beans and seafood play a key role in these tasty tacos.
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In this easy, elegant dish, Marcia Kiesel looks to strongly flavored herbs, such as thyme and marjoram, because she likes them with meaty mahimahi. Along with white wine, she includes clam juice to add a briny edge.
A maple balsamic dressing coats the mahi mahi and the crunchy green salad in this light yet satisfying dinner.
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This bright red garlicky sauce (pronounced roo-EE) has a nice kick of cayenne. Traditionally an accompaniment for bouillabaisse, it's also great served as a condiment with grilled shrimp or mahi-mahi.
Low in carbs and calories, this quick to fix fish dinner is both sweet and spicy.
Simple yet special enough to serve for company - even when you're in a hurry. Make it a Meal: Serve with steamed carrots tossed with dill and green beans.