Ginger-Soy Glazed Mahi Mahi
This sweet and tangy, Asian-inspired fish recipe is unique in flavor and so quick and easy. Mahi Mahi, also known as dolphinfish, was coined "Mahi Mahi" by the Hawaiians who wanted no confusion between this fish and dolphins (the mammal). Mahi Mahi is a relatively lean fish, with a chunky texture and considerably-sized flakes. The flavor is sweet but not overpowering. Remove the skin to begin. When fresh, the flesh is pinkish. The coloring of the bloodline will let you know how fresh the fish is. Bright red is normal and safe for eating. Steer clear of brownish coloring.
Top this Mahi Mahi with something that complements its flavor. Avocados, pineapples, chiles, cilantro, tomatoes, cumin, soy sauce, fruits, garlic, coconut, ginger, lime, papaya, grapefruit, parsley, and olive oil are all excellent pairings for this dish.