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Mahi Mahi with Jerk Seasoning
One of my absolute favorite ways to enjoy Mahi Mahi is usually as a fish taco, but the other night my husband surprised me by cooking up some fabulous Anderson Seafoods Mah Mahi with a Jerk Seasoning. I will admit that I was slightly concerned when I first saw it…I was afraid that he burnt some of our prized Mahi Mahi! But, he didn’t 😉
You will brush the seasoning paste that only takes a few moments to make, over the fish before cooking it, so they will blacken as you cook the fillets. Don’t worry, they aren’t burnt – nor do will it taste burnt. It WILL taste fabulous.
You definitely want to make sure that you really coat the fillets in the seasoning – it adds such a wonderful flavor. As you can see, we even brushed it onto the sides.
Now, here’s the recipe. Remember to pin it and/or print it so that you can make it again and again!
- 2 fillets of Mahi Mahi – I got mine from Anderson Seafoods
- 1/4 cup light brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon allspice
- 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes
- 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
- 2 tablespoons canola oil
- Mix all the dry ingredients in a small bowl
- Add in the canola oil and mix well, it will be like a “paste”
- Coat each side of the Mahi Mahi fillets with the jerk seasonings
- Pan saute the Mahi Mahi until cooked throughout (it will be white and flaky) – approx 5-7 min per side
We served ours with steamed asparagus and quinoa. It was definitely a flavorful meal, and we will definitely be adding this one into our regular rotation. I know it’s easy to fall into cooking “ruts” but I encourage you to step outside of the box and try something new. Something FUN 🙂
When you think of your holiday meals, I strongly encourage you to think outside of the “traditional” meats…think QUALITY seafood! Think Anderson Seafoods.
I hope your family enjoys this Mahi Mahi with Jerk Seasonings as much as we do!
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2 thoughts on “Mahi Mahi with Jerk Seasoning”
Sounds, and looks, delicious! I’ll try it.
I suggest you try the mahi mahi from Costco; it’s 1/4 the cost of Anderson’s! and still delicious!
I definitely will! Ihaven’t tried the mahi at Costco, looks like I will have to! Thanks for the tip 🙂