Top-ranked recipe named "Lime And Cumin Mahi Mahi"
Try this Lime And Cumin Mahi Mahi recipe, or contribute your own. "Mustard" and "Grill" are two tags used to describe Lime And Cumin Mahi Mahi.
"So easy to make and simply marvy in taste. The bold flavors of the marinade works great with this fish. It didn't overpower the fish but you were able to really taste the cumin, the mustard, the lime. I loved that I had all the ingredients on hand - except the stoneground mustard so I used wholegrain dijon. Husband really loved it too. Will absolutely make it again."- Dommo098
Mix oil with all wet and dry ingredients until it becomes a paste. Brush paste onto top and bottom of fish filets. Place charcoal in a pyramid shape and light with either lighter fluid, electric starter or chimney starter. Wait until coals are gray and spread in a single layer for the direct heat method. Spray grid with non-stick spray and let grid heat over the hot coals (the hotter the grid, the less chance the food will stick). Place the filets on the grid over a medium-hot fire and cook for 6-7 minutes per side or until desired doneness. Prior to turning, brush with additional paste mixture. When both sides are cooked, remove from grill, and let sit for five minutes prior to service since it will cook a slight bit more after removal from grill. Recipe by: Larry Gerber
wildaris 3 months agoReally really didn't like it. ;(
queensgirl 9 months agoSounded like a strange combo of ingredients but equaled a delicious glaze. I broiled mine. Hubby doesnt care for white fish but really enjoyed this one.
dmsipe 10 months agoI never tried Mahi Mahi before and didn't know how to cook it. This is a great mix of flavors. This would also be good for making fish tacos.
shawna554 1 year agoLoved it!!!! Definitely making this again!! I bet salmon would be yummy too!!
kellbellwurtzel 1 year agoWe used chicken and it had an awesome flavor!!!! A definite remake.
Bebop2 1 year agoHusband & I really liked it, but kids didn't (too much of a change from the idea of what fish should be cooked like, I guess). I didn't have to put a 2nd coat of the paste while cooking. It made the mahi almost taste like steak. I will definitely make again, despite the kids opinion.
shannaengland 1 year ago
rachelsavoian 2 years agoThis was delicious! We have a gas grill, not coals, and it still turned out very well.
dgcruzing 2 years ago
Dommo098 2 years agoSo easy to make and simply marvy in taste. The bold flavors of the marinade works great with this fish. It didn't overpower the fish but you were able to really taste the cumin, the mustard, the lime. I loved that I had all the ingredients on hand - except the stoneground mustard so I used wholegrain dijon. Husband really loved it too. Will absolutely make it again.