Broiled Mahi-Mahi With Parsleyed Tomatoes and Feta

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 25 mins

Mahi-mahi is a very lean, moderately flavored, firm but moist fish, with solid flake. You could substitute amberjack, mullet, pompano, grouper, farm raised catfish, or cod.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat olive oil over medium heat in saute pan. Saute sliced onions in the oil for about 8 minutes or until tender. Add tomatoes, parsley, white wine, tomato paste, garlic, 1/4 tsp salt, and 1/4 tsp pepper. Simmer for 5 minutes. Set mixture aside.
  2. Lightly grease a rack, and line a broiler pan with aluminum foil. Place rack in broiler pan.
  3. Place fish, in a single layer, on the rack. Sprinkle with the remaining salt and pepper. Broil fish about 5 inches from heat for about 8 minutes, or until the fish flakes easily with a fork.
  4. Spoon the onion-tomato mixture evenly onto a platter. Place the broiled fish on top of the onion-tomato mixture.
  5. Sprinkle with crumbled feta, and garnish with lemon slices.


Most Helpful

This recipe is excellent! My man never had mahi-mahi and was thoroughly impressed. Since I made 2 servings I didn't bother to open a can of tomato paste to use such a small amount. I didn't miss it a bit. THANK YOU!

veggienut February 19, 2008

Oh wow! This is a great way to make fish. Made as written, except that I grilled the fish for 4 minutes each side. The tomato sauce is superb. I spooned the sauce over the fish to serve. Forgot to add the feta before I did the photo.

Leggy Peggy August 15, 2016

Everyone loved this recipe (even the kids). I served it with mashed cauliflower and it was great. I used a little more tomato sauce than it called for and used cherry tomatoes cut in half. We grilled the fish instead of broiling it and it turned out great. Loved the sauce and I agree that it looks like an impressive dish when you present it on the table. Will make this one again for sure.

maloufish July 22, 2010

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