Broiled Mahi Mahi

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  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h
  • Serves: 4
  • No Allergens

**Updated and improved recipe** Mahi Mahi is a fish found in the oceans around Hawaii, but you can substitute any other firm-fleshed, mild-tasting fish.

Ingredients (10)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Mahi Mahi

  1. Preheat oven to 500 degrees Fahrenheit (250 degrees Celsius).

  2. In a medium bowl, combine the olive oil, garlic, salt, pepper, paprika, and crushed red pepper. Place the fish in the bowl, coating each fillet completely, and marinate for 30 minutes. 

  3. Remove fish from bowl, place on a small broiling tray, and sprinkle with parsley, basil, and lemon juice.

  4. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes.

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  • Elizabeth Viverito

    Thank you for your thoughtfulness in posting this recipe. I'm making it for today's Yom Kippur supper and can't wait. I added some small capers. PS Pay no mind to the previous no -manners dummkoph; however, his suggestion of cooking the fish is acceptable. Broiled for a total of 9 minutes was fine. Yom Kippur supper a hit, thanks.
    Posted by Elizabeth Viverito |2021-09-16 10:35:46
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  • Brian Burfield

    Dumbest recipe ever!

    First of all... You call it broiled, but you say you have to bake it?! I'll fix this recipe for everyone else right now! 1. Thaw your fish in a safe environment - sink under cold running water or in the fridge until firm. 2. Season the fish on both sides with spices, herbs, etc of your choice. 3. Put your ovens broiler on high. 4. Place fish on the pan and broil for about 4 mins, then flip. 5. Broil for another 4 mins then remove and let rest for 1-2 mins. 6. Enjoy! Whoever wrote this recipe is a complete moron! Fish is a simple dish to cook and will NEVER take more than 12 mins to cook.
    Posted by Brian80 |2020-02-13 18:14:30
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    Gail Pierce
    Lol, I thought the same thing! Thanks for telling me what I needed to know.
    Posted by Squirrelgl|April 22, 2021
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  • Alyssa

    A note from high altitude

    Good flavor but 25-30 min @ 500 degrees is WAY to long. Maybe its a high altitude things, but my fish was overdone with 7 min left on the timer.
    Posted by [email protected] |2019-05-27 23:48:08
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Thank you for the note, we are sorry to hear that your fish was overdone.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|May 28, 2019
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  • Elizabeth Viverito

    Thank you for your thoughtfulness in posting this recipe. I'm making it for today's Yom Kippur supper and can't wait. I added some small capers. PS Pay no mind to the previous no -manners dummkoph; however, his suggestion of cooking the fish is acceptable. Broiled for a total of 9 minutes was fine. Yom Kippur supper a hit, thanks.
    Posted by Elizabeth Viverito |2021-09-16 10:35:46
    Replies:
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  • Brian Burfield

    Dumbest recipe ever!

    First of all... You call it broiled, but you say you have to bake it?! I'll fix this recipe for everyone else right now! 1. Thaw your fish in a safe environment - sink under cold running water or in the fridge until firm. 2. Season the fish on both sides with spices, herbs, etc of your choice. 3. Put your ovens broiler on high. 4. Place fish on the pan and broil for about 4 mins, then flip. 5. Broil for another 4 mins then remove and let rest for 1-2 mins. 6. Enjoy! Whoever wrote this recipe is a complete moron! Fish is a simple dish to cook and will NEVER take more than 12 mins to cook.
    Posted by Brian80 |2020-02-13 18:14:30
    Replies:
    Gail Pierce
    Lol, I thought the same thing! Thanks for telling me what I needed to know.
    Posted by Squirrelgl|April 22, 2021
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    1
  • Alyssa

    A note from high altitude

    Good flavor but 25-30 min @ 500 degrees is WAY to long. Maybe its a high altitude things, but my fish was overdone with 7 min left on the timer.
    Posted by [email protected] |2019-05-27 23:48:08
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Thank you for the note, we are sorry to hear that your fish was overdone.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|May 28, 2019
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    1
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