Physical Description: Approximately 6 oz of wild, line caught Mahi Mahi fillet. Sashimi grade.
Cooking: Mahi mahi is a firm and lean white fish that is a great alternative to halibut. We sometimes will quickly grill our fillets but they can also be broiled, or fried. But one of the most popular ways to cook mahi mahi is to simply pan-sear it, which lets the flavors and flaky texture shine. Searing it in a pan also lets you make a buttery, lemon-y sauce to drizzle all over the fish.
Nutrition Information: A 3.5 oz portion of mahi mahi has 120 calories, 26 grams of protein, 0 carbohydrates, 1 gram of fat and 0 fiber. Mahi Mahi is an excellent source of Selenium, Niacin, Vitamin B6 and Potassium.
Fishing Practices: Mahi Mahi is available most of the year, but has strict fishing regulations due to high demand. Each fish weighs between 10-30 lbs. Our Mahi Mahi is line caught by sustainable artisanal fisheries using small day boats. The fish are processed on site, vacuum sealed and flash frozen. Marine Stewardship Council Certified.