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Blackened Mahi Mahi on the Blackstone Griddle is a super easy and fast cook that will absolutely satisfy those taste buds! Dizzy Pig has absolutely nailed there blackening seasoning and it pairs perfect with Mahi Mahi, Snapper, Blue Gill and even Perch among other fish.

Blackened Mahi Mahi Ingredients

  • Mahi Mahi
  • Bayou-ish Seasoning by Dizzy Pig

How to Prepare Blackened Mahi Mahi

Preparing the Mahi Mahi is as easy as putting an even coat of Bayou-ish by Dizzy Pig on all sides. That’s it!

How to Cook Blackened Mahi Mahi on the Blackstone Griddle

On high heat and with a well oiled Blackstone top add the blackened mahi mahi.

After about a minute give the Mahi Mahi a flip in which if the griddle is looking dry then add a little more oil.

Continue to cook until the internal temp reaches 140 ish degrees (I believe FDA recommends a minimum of 137 degrees). Once this is achieved, the Mahi Mahi is done and ready to be plated.

Enjoy this super easy, flavor filled blackened Mahi Mahi!

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Yield: 1-20

Blackened Mahi Mahi on the Blackstone

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 6 minutes
Total Time: 8 minutes

Blackened Mahi Mahi on the Blackstone Griddle is a super easy and fast cook that will absolutely satisfy those taste buds! Dizzy Pig has absolutely nailed there blackening seasoning and it pairs perfect with Mahi Mahi, Snapper, Blue Gill and even Perch among other fish.

Ingredients

  • Mahi Mahi
  • Bayou-ish Seasoning by Dizzy Pig
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Instructions

  1. Season all sides of the Mahi Mahi with the Bayou-ish seasoning evenly.
  2. Fire up the Blackstone Griddle on high heat.
  3. Ensure the griddle has a good amount of fresh extra virgin olive oil on it and place the Mahi Mahi on it. Wait about a minute or two and flip them.
  4. After about another minute or two they should be about done. Probe them and pull them when the internal temperature reaches 140-145 degrees. Plate the Mahi Mahi and enjoy!

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