Grilled Mahi Mahi W/Wild Rice and Creamy Red Wine Sauce

Total Time
1hr 20mins
Prep 1 hr 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Just a simple recipe I came up with on the spur of the moment. Serve with steamed broccoli and you have an easy, not-too-fishy tasting meal. Prep time includes one hour of marinating.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine and mix together olive oil, lime juice, garlic salt, and black pepper in a bowl.
  2. Dip each fish fillet in the olive oil mixture, making to sure to coat each fillet entirely.
  3. Set coated fillets aside and allow to marinate at room temperature for an hour.
  4. After 45 minutes, combine soup, red wine, garlic powder, and soy sauce in a sauce pan.
  5. Mix together well and allow to simmer, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking.
  6. While sauce is simmering, place fish fillets on the grill and cook 4-5 minutes per side, turning only one time.
  7. Place each grilled fillet atop a bed of wild rice and top with the sauce.
Most Helpful

This was delicious! I couldn't really find your mahimahi fish in my neck of the woods so I used swordfish steaks instead. I followed the recipe to a 't' for 4 people and we all were impressed with the flavor and taste. Thank you a great recipe! I think I'll even try this with other fish now. It's in my cookbook to stay!

Chuck in Killbuck September 15, 2002

Mahimahi is not indigenous to my area and when I asked at the grocery, they'd never heard of it. I substituted Tilapia filets (a farmed variety of fish) and they were great. I did these in my George Foreman copycat grill and they were great, but I can't wait until it is warm enough to cook out and we've got some fresh catfish to try it out on! Thanks for sharing this recipe Mark!

Cindy Lynn March 27, 2003

This recipe is fantastic! We can usually get Mahi Mahi near us, and this is by far our favorite way to prepare it. Usually, I'm one who will tinker with recipes a bit (adding more of this, less of that, etc.) but this one is great as is!

shanty831 October 24, 2007