Greek-Style Mahi Mahi
I just realized that most of my fish recipes are for Mahi Mahi, but pretty much any white fish can be substituted for most of my recipes that use Mahi Mahi. I personally just use Mahi Mahi because I live in the mountains in the middle of Colorado and don’t have a very large seafood selection. Those of you who live on the coast are very lucky! While I was living in New Zealand last summer, I loved going to the farmer’s market every Sunday and buying fresh fish off the fishing boats.
I have had fun exploring all sorts of ethnic cuisines, even if has been with the same type of fish. My last Mahi Mahi recipe was a Mediterranean Olive Tapenade, now I give you a creamy Greek recipe for the same fish. This recipe is for a tangy mayonnaise, mint and dill sauce that is broiled into the fish with fresh lemon juice. It is very easy to prepare and doesn’t take long at all. It also looks beautiful which is great for serving to guests.
Greek-Style Mahi Mahi
- 4 6 oz Mahi Mahi filets
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 1/4 cup feta crumbled
- 2 tbsp mint chopped
- 1 tbsp dill chopped
- 1 tsp fresh lemon juice
- 2 lemons thinly sliced
- 2 tsp olive oil
- Preheat the oven broiler. Whisk together the mayonnaise, feta, dill, mint and lemon juice in a small bowl.
- Lay the Mahi Mahi on a greased, foil covered baking sheet. Spoon the mayonnaise mixture over each filet, making sure to completely cover each.
- Lay three lemon slices over each filet and drizzle with olive oil.
- Broil 8-inches away from the heat until cooked through (about 14-16 minutes). NOTE: If lemon slices begin to brown before the fish is cooked, cover with foil.
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We like cooking with mahi mahi, too. It’s such a versatile fish. This creamy marinade sounds fantastic! I’d love if you’d consider sharing this in the online Get Grillin’ & summer bbq event I’m hosting (it’s entree week).
This looks so good!I love the addition of lemon slices to bring more flavor and juice into the fish.
I love mahi mahi. Growing up in Hawaii, when I was little it was the only fish I liked. This sounds delish and the lemon slices in the pics look so yummy!
Yum! Gotta make this one!
i love mahi mahi,,,one of my favorite fish,,,the recipe sound yum and delish 🙂
You lived in NZ last summer?! So jealous! We were there for 2 weeks in march, and fell in love!!
Fish looks wonderful!
Definetely one to bookmark, will need to make this soon! Happy Cooking!
The recipe looks very tasty…I am making this recipe today. hopefully, everything turn out great =)
yes, I do envy those that live by the water-fresh fish everyday! This looks really tasty and I love Greek food. Thanks for sharing such a tasty recipe.
Here as well we don’t have great selection of any kind of fresh fish. And mahi mahi being one of my favorite fish that works perfect for me.
I haven’t had mahi mahi in a long time, but now that I know about this recipe, it might be time to try it again, sounds great!
I am always looking for new fish recipes and this looks wonderful. I really like mahi mahi. Thanks for sharing the recipe and congrats on Top 9!
Great job with the Mahi-mahi, I love the feta! Congratulations on the top 9 today!
We’re fans of mahi mahi too! I seem to write about it quite a bit also, and salmon.
Your recipe sounds terrific.
This looks beautiful and love the toasted lemons, too. You are so lucky to be able to get your hands on Mahi-Mahi. It sounds sensational!
My family just loves Mahi-Mahi, I think I should surprise my family on making this dish. Thanks
This looks great! I’m going to have to try this soon!
Beautiful fish recipe! Love the slices of lemon on top, makes it so festive!
This looks so delicious! I am not a fish lover, but mahi mahi done well is more like steak than fish, and it is a favorite here. I’m bookmarking this recipe.
This fish was DELICIOUS! Thank you for the recipe and pictures
Made this for dinner tonight with shark instead of mahi, served with sweet potato oven fries and a chopped salad. It was absolutely delicious. Can’t wait to try this on mahi!
I shared this recipe!