Mahi Mahi (2 portions, 6 ounces each)
Mahi Mahi has a firm, white flesh that is lean, mild, and slightly sweet. It is often compared to swordfish or tuna in texture and flavor. The fish can be grilled, baked, broiled, or pan-fried, and is often served with tropical fruit salsas or citrus-based sauces. It is also a popular ingredient in sushi and sashimi dishes. When prepared raw, it is often referred to as “shira” in Japanese cuisine.