Top-ranked recipe named "Arlene's "Whaaambulance" Mahi Mahi Yummi Yummi"
by Arlene Peña
"CWW: I added some roughly chopped shallots to the butter in the pan and sizzled just long enough to soften before adding the orange juice. Spoon the juice and shallot reduction over the fish and accompanying (wild) rice. Very simple, and very tasty!"- cwikly
Prep Mahi Mahi:
Add salt Mahi Mahi to taste
Add garlic powder to taste
Add black pepper to taste
1. 2 tablespoons of butter into pre-heated pan
2. Cook Mahi Mahi about 3-4 min on each side
3. Try not to over cook or will be too dry.
4. Remove Mahi Mahi from pan.
1. Pour about 1/2 cup of Orange Juice into pan for reduction.
2. Stir continuously until thickens. Make sure you get the residue from the bottom of the pan.
3. Pour over Mahi Mahi.
4. Use reduction for added taste since the flavors of the fish will be combined with the tangy flavor of OJ.
lilymax4 1 year agoExcellent recipe. I used apple juice because I didn't have orange juice and it was amazing.
DvlsAdvc8 2 years agoI don't know if I did something wrong, but mine came out bland as can be... the OJ did little to nothing for me. It basically came out tasting like plain Mahi Mahi.
Bsabo 3 years agoEasy and wonderful. To keep mahi from drink soak in slightly salted cold water for a couple of hours. Careful of how much salt you season fish wig as soaking adds salt. Cook quickly as recipe says. Really great. Makes fish the star of the recipe.
cvarda2 3 years agoAmazing dish! Paired Trader Joe's white Basmati rice and wild rice mixed package. The whole family loved it! Thanks :)
ProfLisa 3 years agoVery tasty, quick, and avoids the biggest problem with mahi mahi, which is the dryness.
adonaispearl 3 years agoI may try substituting the orange juice with lemon juice next time to see which i like best
Htrain 4 years agoEasy and excellent
jsinning 4 years ago
cwikly 4 years agoCWW: I added some roughly chopped shallots to the butter in the pan and sizzled just long enough to soften before adding the orange juice. Spoon the juice and shallot reduction over the fish and accompanying (wild) rice. Very simple, and very tasty!
bruceetzcorn 4 years agoMy wife and I liked this dish. I liked that is was easy to make and with very little effort, I created a meal that tasted great and looked spectacular. I would make this again. I'd add a bit more salt and pepper than the recipe calls for.