Generally referred to by its Hawaiian name, mahi-mahi, these fish live in tropical and subtropical waters in the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Pacific. Other common names include dorado and dolphinfish, though mahi-mahi is not related to the mammal dolphin whatsoever. Males have high, square foreheads and are larger than females, who have small, rounded foreheads.
The species is famous for its beautiful coloring of blues and greens along its back that fade to a yellow-gold belly, but also for its pink, moist meat, delicious in many culinary applications.
*scaled, deboned, ready to cook
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