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Loved this. Here is my recommendation. Made the salsa as is + a splash of apple cider vinegar + 1 tsp honey. Then sauteed the mahi in butter/olive oil/garlic (1 tbls)/capers (3-4 Tbls.) YUMMM!!!!! The savory of the capers and garlic with the sweet of the salsa & honey and the acid of the vinegar. WOW! This was a definite keeper!!!!! Thank you!

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irysh April 18, 2015

My husband believes in keeping the freezer full of mahi mahi and swordfish fillets. I usually pan saute with butter and lemon. Decided to try something new. We loved this recipe. I used jalapenos, a little hot sauce, and also a couple of tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and a little honey. Very zippy, and makes a beautiful presentation. Easy recipe. Took about 5 minutes to make the salsa, and I had to peel a few slices of fresh pineapple I had in the fridge. Once you make the salsa, you can put it aside for an hour or so and then quickly make the fish when you see all the shining faces arrive from work/school. Thanks for the recipe.

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marinecopper October 02, 2012

We loved this. Will make this often.

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JJarmer March 11, 2010

This was VERY good. We grilled the fish outside then topped with the salsa. I used chili flavored oil for the fish. Outstanding. Sweet pineapple with the heat of pepper was a great combination. Thanks for sharing.

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Vicki in CT July 12, 2007

YUM! made this tonight.. very simple and quick. my mouth is still watering :)

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rene_welty2004 May 15, 2007
Mahi-Mahi With Fresh Pineapple Salsa