If you love grilling fish, then you need to make Blackstone Mahi Mahi. Mahi Mahi cooks perfectly on the griddle and is so full of flavor.
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Easy Blackstone Mahi Mahi Recipe:
This Blackstone Mahi Mahi recipe is delicious and one of my favorite fish to cook on the griddle. We have made blackened mahi mahi and mahi mahi tacos before, but this griddle recipe is a family favorite.
The Mahi Mahi loaded with flavor and is seasoned with simple seasoning. The filets cook quick and easy which makes the perfect weeknight meal.
Add a side of rice, potatoes or cole slaw for a complete meal idea.
What is Mahi Mahi?
Mahi Mahi is a delicious white fish. It cooks easily on the griddle and requires very little seasoning. You can easily add different spices or sauce to give it more flavor.
- Mahi Mahi Fillets (skin removed)
- Avocado Oil (divided)
- Italian Seasoning
- Garlic Powder
- Kosher Salt
- Black Pepper
How to Make Mahi Mahi on the Blackstone Griddle:
- Step 1 – Mix together the seasonings in a small bowl. Place the mahi mahi fillets on a plate.
- Step 2 – Rub 1 tablespoon of the avocado oil onto both sides of the fillets.
- Step 3 – Then spoon the seasoning mixture over the mahi mahi and spread it around. Make sure to season both sides of the fish.
- Step 4 – Preheat the Blackstone grill over high heat (approximately 400-450 degrees Fahrenheit). Spread the remaining avocado oil onto the grill.
- Step 5 – Place the mahi mahi fillets on the Blackstone grill on top of the oil. Let them cook for 2 minutes.
- Step 6 – Then flip the mahi mahi fillets and cook for another 2-3 minutes. Cook until the mahi mahi reaches an internal temperature of 145 degrees F.
- Step 7 – Remove the mahi mahi from the grill and allow it to sit for 5 minutes. Place on a paper towel lined plate. Serve warm and enjoy!
Can I Make on the Stovetop?
Yes, you can cook Mahi Mahi on the stove top. We recommend cooking on medium-high heat on a cast iron skillet. Add the seasoning to the Mahi Mahi and cook until the fish flakes.
Feel free to add a blackened seasoning or a cajun seasoning to add flavor.
How do you know when Mahi Mahi is cooked?
Use an instant-read meat thermometer to check for doneness. This make sure that the mahi mahi is cooked to a safe temperature before removing it from the grill.
You will cook the fish for about 2 minutes on each side.
What does Mahi Mahi taste like?
You will love the flavor of Grilled Mahi Mahi dish because of its sweet and juicy flavor. This seafood dish doesn’t have a strong fishy taste like most fish. The texture is firm and we recommend squeeze fresh lemon over the top when serving.
It is one of the best fish to grill because it keeps it flavors and stays firm through the grilling process.
- Prepare Griddle – Make sure to add olive oil and preheat the griddle to medium high heat.
- Season Mahi Mahi – Season the Mahi Mahi thorough for delicious flavor.
- Flipping Mahi Mahi – We recommend not moving the fish while it is cooking. You want that pretty coating on the fish, so don’t move it until you are ready to flip. You do not need to pan sear Mahi Mahi before placing on griddle.
- Oil – You can use any oil with a high smoke point for this recipe instead of avocado oil. Vegetable oil, Canola oil and Coconut oil would all work great for this recipe.
- Toppings – Feel free to serve this mahi mahi dish with your favorite toppings. You can add slice jalapeno, fresh cilantro, or pineapple salsa.
- Make Mahi Mahi Tacos – This recipe make a delicious fish taco. After cooking the tacos, slice and place in a corn tortillas. The squeeze fresh lime juice and top with mango salsa.
- Change Seasoning – You can easily change the seasoning in this recipe. Mix in onion powder, oregano, or cayenne pepper.
How to Store Leftovers:
Refrigerate the leftovers in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
Print Recipe for Blackstone Mahi Mahi:
Blackstone Mahi Mahi
- Mix together the seasonings in a small mixing bowl. Place the mahi mahi fillets on a plate.
- Rub 1 tablespoon of the avocado oil onto both sides of the fillets.
- Then spoon the seasoning mixture over the mahi mahi and spread it around. Make sure to season both sides of the fish.
- Preheat the Blackstone grill over high heat (approximately 400-450 degrees Fahrenheit). Spread the remaining avocado oil onto the grill.
- Place the mahi mahi fillets on the Blackstone grill on top of the oil. Let them cook for 2 minutes.
- Then flip the mahi mahi fillets and cook for another 2-3 minutes until the mahi mahi reaches an internal temperature of 145 degrees F.
- Remove the mahi mahi from the grill and allow it to sit for 5 minutes. Serve warm and enjoy!
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