I made this last night for dinner and it was so easy!! I put a little too much cajun seasoning but that was easily remedied by adding more maple syrup. I don't own a grill, so I baked the fish. So good..definitely making again. Baked at 350 for 20 minutes
Had a little dinner party and followed this recipe with a few changes: doubled the ingredients for 6 mahi steaks, added lemon pepper, lemon juice, and cooked them atop the sauteed onions (with olive oil). Served the mahi on a bed of fresh spinach and drizzled the juice & onions on top. Everyone LOVED it (including me!!) Thanks so much.
This was so easy that my eight yr. old made it all by himself, and it was so good. We will make this again!
My 8 year old and I really enjoyed this, but will def be doubling the maple syrup next time. Added a squeeze of lemon and cooked it over green onions. Very easy, fast and delicious!
The store was out of Mahi Mahi, so I used Salmon. I got home and was out of Cajun Spice, so I used Chili Pepper. I wasn't sure how to grill, so I baked it uncovered for about 20 minutes at 350 degrees. STILL CAME OUT BEAUTIFUL! Yummy! Will definitely do this again.
I used filet of sole and it turned out great. So delicious!
Sweet and spicy! This was so easy and so yummy!
I like spice, my kids like sweet. This was a great combo. I separated the fish into two halves and made the first half with a little less cajun spice. I added a little bit more of the spice when I did my half. Great recipe, I should try it as a marinade next time.
Simple and REALLY good! My husband thought it was a little sweet the fiirst time I made it so I cut the maple syrup by half and it was perfect. I pan seared the mahi about 4 minutes on each side and it was so good!!!