Beautiful Mahi Mahi and it couldn't get any fresher, just got out of the ocean, literally. Here I will show how I got the most of this fresh Mahi Mahi in tree different ways, starting with a Ceviche.
I make Ceviche all the time, it is a healthy, fast, simple and delicious dish. I've learned how to make Ceviche a long time ago and it is quite simple, is about simplicity and freshness. All I did was cut the fresh Mahi mahi in cubes not to big not to small and cover with fresh squeezed lime juice, chopped cilantro, some fresh chopped red chili pepper or any of your taste, thinly sliced red onions or chopped, dash of salt, mix all together, leave it for 10 minutes topped with some red cabbage and serve.
Another healthy way was by searing my fillet just by rubbing a little bit of olive oil on it, coating it with corn flakes crumbs, (no need for eggs to coat it, the olive oil will do the job), pour just a little bit of oil on a skillet searing for 4-5 minutes each side medium heat, I served with a fresh lettuce and cabbage salad.
I couldn't resist a fish taco. On a whole wheat tortilla I placed the seared fillet with some of my salad, I added fresh mangoes and a squeeze of fresh lime. Of course some avocados and a salsa would be just perfect but I didn't have any by then, I just made 3 dishes in about 15 minutes, the fish was so fresh that I just wanted to delight myself at that very moment and capture it with some pictures as how it was, absolutely delicious. Freshness and simplicity is the key to tasty fish dish.