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62 Texas Coastal Bend tour guide Early Summer 2015 Taking on Mahi Mahi Part I Blackened Mahi Mahi What You Will Need Serving-sized portions of Mahi Mahi filets about 1thick salt black pepper paprika oregano onion powder garlic powder Cayenne powder cumin canola oil butter lemons What to Do Mix the spices in a bowl in equal propor- tions except for the pepper and Cay- enne powder which should be adjusted to desired level of spice In a heavy pan like a cast iron skillet heat about 3 tablespoons of oil for each filet on high Coat each side of the damp fish with the spice mix When the oil is sizzling hot place the fish in the pan and add an equal amount of butter the pan will smoke so have your hood fan on high Cook fish until a nice crust is formed be- fore turning about four minutes Turn the fish and cook about 2-3 minutes on the other side forming a slightly lighter crust than on the first side Plate and douse in fresh lemon juice This meaty fish like redfish is best prepared using bold flavors making it perfect for Cajun style blackening which is a process of mildly scorching strong spices onto the outside of the fish while maintaining the tenderness and flakiness of the fish. Mahi Mahi aka Dorado Dolphinfish