Mahi mahi is a relatively low-in-fat fish, but is still a source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Mild and sweet, it does not taste “fishy”, making it a good pick for people who don’t like fish much but want to get some into their diets. In the summer, grill the fish; mahi mahi is meaty and firm making it a good grilling fish.
Seared Mahi Mahi Salad with Tangerine, Guava and Pink Peppercorn Dressing
The special presentation makes this perfect for your next romantic dinner-for-two. Serve with a crisp salad on the side.
With lots of veggies and starchy potato in these salmon cakes, all you need is a salad to make a complete meal.
Pan Trout with Garlicky Rapini and Brown Rice
Rapini is an underused vegetable. Bitter and pungent, it can stand up to a lot of garlic to make a perfect foil for pan-fried trout.
Cool Cucumber Sunomono with Crab
Sunomono is Japanese for vinegared salads, especially refreshing in the heat of summer. Serve as part of multi-course Japanese meal.
Slow Roasted Wild Salmon
Omega-3 fats are necessary for the normal growth and development of the brain, nerve and eye tissue, and are beneficial to heart health. Salmon is a great source of Omega-3.