Mahi Mahi Recipes – Greek Style Broiled Mahi-Mahi

Contrary to popular belief, Mahi-Mahi is not related to the dolphin family. It can, however, be quite expensive. I bought mine at Costco, frozen and individually wrapped at a very decent price – 3 lbs for $14 dollars. Not bad at all! Last night I prepared then Greek style and broiled them. Very nice! Here is what you are going to need:

4 – 6 oz. Mahi-Mahi steaks
2 TBS mayonnaise
2 TBS Feta cheese
1 TBS chopped mint
1 large lemon – or 2 small ones
Salt & Pepper
Olive oil

Turn on the broiler in your oven. Place the oven rack a good 8 inches away from the broiling unit.

Line a roasting pan with some aluminum foil. Brush a thin layer of olive oil on the foil.

Rinse and pat dry the fish. Place it on the aluminum foil and season both sides with salt and pepper – lightly. Squeeze a little bit of lemon juice on both sides as well.

In a small bowl, mash together the Feat cheese with the mayonnaise until it is creamy. Add the mint and mix well. Brush a thin layer of the mixture on one side of the fish and flip it. Brush the other side and top with a very thin slice of lemon.

Broil, turning your pan a few times, for about 15 minutes until fish is cooked through. Serve.

Print the Greek Mahi-Mahi Recipe Here

My name is Mary Ann Allen and I am here to help you get organized so you can save money on groceries and feed your family healthy, nutritious food. My multi-cultural cooking background comes from being born in the US and raised in Bolivia. I have 5 kids and own around 400 cook books. I absolutely love to cook!

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