Mahi Mahi Soft Tacos are an easy, delicious meal. The mild flavor of the Mahi Mahi is enhanced with the Caribbean Salsa. I find that broiling the Mahi Mahi, shredding it and mixing it with the Caribbean salsa is the easiest for eating and gives the best blend of flavors.
I have tried putting a one-inch thick slick of Mahi Mahi on the taco, but it seems more difficult to eat than when the fish is shredded.
I've also tried shredding the Mahi Mahi and placing the salsa on the side. This version is easier to eat than when the Mahi Mahi is sliced. When you bite into this method, sometimes you get more Mahi Mahi than salsa, or vice versa. I find that you don't get the blend of flavors like you do when the Mahi Mahi and salsa are mixed together.
If you prefer a slice of Mahi Mahi on your taco, skip the step of shredding and mixing with the salsa.
The Mahi Mahi is marinated for 30-minutes then broiled. I wouldn't marinate it for much longer because of the acid in the marinade. Once the fish is thoroughly cooked, shred it and mix with some Caribbean salsa. Oh so, good!
You could substitute another white fish, like cod, for the Mahi Mahi, if you prefer.
I hope you enjoy!
Mahi Mahi Soft Tacos
- 1/2 tablespoon ground ginger
- 1/3 cup lime juice
- 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon granulated onion
- 1 teaspoon ground cumin
- 1/8 cup parsley
- 1 pound Mahi Mahi
- 4 small flour tortillas
- 1 cups lettuce, chopped
- 3 tablespoons Caribbean Salsa
- Mix ginger, lime juice, dark brown sugar, onion, cumin and parsley in a dish large enough for the Mahi Mahi.
- Add the Mahi Mahi and turn to coat.
- Cover and put in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes.
- Remove the Mahi Mahi from the marinade and place on a broiler pan. Reserve marinade.
- Broil the Mahi Mahi on high for about 6 minutes.
- While the Mahi Mahi is in the broiler, place the flour tortillas on a large platter. Divide the lettuce evenly on top of the flour tortillas.
- Flip Mahi Mahi over and brush with reserved marinade.
- Broil for another 5-7 minutes, or until the fish is done.
- Remove the Mahi Mahi from the broiler.
- Use a fork and shred the Mahi Mahi.
- Add about three tablespoons of a Caribbean style Salsa to the Mahi Mahi and stir to blend.
- Divide the Mahi Mahi mixture between the flour tortillas.
- Roll each flour tortilla and serve.