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    Grilled Mahi -

    Picked up some great looking mahi mahi today. Pretty thick cuts - close to an inch.

    I've always grilled fish hot and fast. Anyone do anything different?
    Any point in trying to reverse sear?

    #2
    For thicker cuts of fish, I usually just cook a bit longer, but with the heat level a little lower. That gives time for the fish to cook through without burning the surface. No harm in reverse-searing, I suppose.

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      #3
      That’s a good question
      I am interested in the Responses on that one

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        #4
        Yea indirect until desired temp then a quick sear. Mahi is a pretty meaty fish, it will take it. I also suggest using grill mats if you got them, cuts down on the sticking and diffuses the heat better.

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          #5
          Troutman appreciate the advice. I don't have grill mats.... Yet. I'll probably throw a couple lemon slices underneath them on the indirect side.
          Grill grates on the sear side are pretty well seasoned and don't really stick.

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          • Troutman
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            Well there you go, lemons work well too.

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          Seasoned with 2/3 MMD, 1/3 Cayenne

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          Set up for indirect cooking. Cool side was right about 200. Added a small pouch of hickory chips for light smoke. Lime slices underneath to keep it from sticking

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          Grilled to IT 110 then reverse seared.

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          Made elotes too

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          Took Mahi and made tacos with avocado and that green sauce. Served with a couple Mexican style lagers

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          Last edited by BFlynn; June 26, 2020, 06:31 PM.

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          • Bkhuna
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            Taco's for the win.

          • Greygoose
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            I’d eat it !!!

          • N227GB
            N227GB commented
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            That looks great! I never considered MMD for seafood and the cayenne mix is intriguing.

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