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  NILE PERCH I PANGASIUS I RED SNAPPER I TUNA I MAHI-MAHI I SwORDFISH I BARRAMUNDI I PARROT FISH I SCALLOPS I TILAPIA  
"The Mahi-Mahi , also known as common dolphin-fish, Dorado Maverikos, or Lampuki are surface-dwelling ray-finned fish found in off-shore tropical and subtropical waters worldwide"
MAHI-MAHI

Mahi-mahi is an exceptionally versatile fish, having firm, white meat and a delicate flavor. Broiled, poached, baked, sautéed, grilled, or pan-fried, mahi-mahi delivers a truly sensational taste. The National Fisheries Institute suggests that you try mahi-mahi as an appetizer. Cut the fish into squares, marinate them in lime juice, and broil them with garlic butter. As a main course, baked mahi-mahi served with a sweet-and-sour sauce is sure to win rave reviews from family and friends. Mahi-mahi is one of those fish that is wonderful just about any way you can think to prepare it -- from the simple to the complex, minimal ingredients to multiple ingredients, subtle to strong flavors.

The meat of the mahi-mahi is firm and dark, turning white and opaque when cooked. It is low in fat, with a delicious sweet flavour.

Nutritional Information Per 100 G of raw Mahi-Mahi

Calories
Proteins
Cholesterol
Saturated Fat
Total Fat
Dietary fiber
Sodium
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Sugars
Calcium
Iron

100
21g
80mg
2g
1g
0g
100mg
01U
0%
0g
TBA
TBA


Mahi-Mahi is a good source of selenium, potassium, niacin and vitamin B6.
 
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