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My roommate and I both gave this a four because we just really like salmon better than mahi mahi, but I had some mahi to use up and this is probably the best way I've found to do it. It really does almost completely mask the fishy taste of the mahi.

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Catta November 15, 2008

This was so simple to make but was really yummy. The only thing I did different is put the dill and rosemary in a mini food processor so I didn't have big pieces of rosemary.

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nagatha October 23, 2010

I live in Hawaii and most recipes for Mahi includes some kind of fruit or nut. This was such a nice change! Easy to make and a crowd pleaser. I served it with steamed spinach and red potato mash....soooo good! Thanks

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thecoykoi July 14, 2010

The fish was super moist and as my daughter who is a culinary major said, "It didn't taste fishy at all!" And she actually ate the fish. LOL! I however, used mahi Mahi loins which I cut in half. I didn't even think about how that would effect the cooking time, so I think I slightly over cooked them. But even in doing that, the fish was still very good.

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AcadiaTwo May 22, 2008
Annie's Melt-In-Your-Mouth Mahi (Fish)