Mahi Mahi Skewers with Jalapeno, Key Lime, and Pineapple

My latest go to dinner obsession is skewers, specifically, fish skewers.  I use sturdy fish like salmon, halibut, tuna, or this mahi mahi, and cut it into large  chunks.  It’s a great way to serve some of the more expensive varieties of fish because half a pound  will make two dinner sized skewers.  The thing I love about grilling is that you really don’t need to fuss with anything else like a sauce, or even a marinade, the grilling gives such great flavor on its own.  A good squeeze of  lime is all this needs.  Try it over my MEXICAN GREEN RICE.  Or if you’re in a hurry, steam up a box of couscous.

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I threaded whole jalapeno and key limes right on the skewers with the fish and pineapple. If you don’t like the heat, use sweet peppers.

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Easy-peasy, healthy, with lots of gutsy flavor.

Mahi Mahi Skewers with Jalapeno, Key Lime, and Pineapple

Yield: serves 2

What You Will Need

  • 1/2 pound mahi mahi fillet (ask for a thick piece)
  • Fresh pineapple
  • 6-8 Key limes
  • 4 small jalapeno peppers
  • olive oil
  • salt and fresh cracked black pepper

Instructions

  1. Cut the fish and the pineapple in similar sized chunks, about 1 - 1 1/2 inch square.
  2. Cut the limes in half.
  3. Thread the pineapple, Mahi Mahi, 4 of the limes, and the whole jalapenos on long skewers. Season with salt and pepper, and brush with olive oil.
  4. Heat a grill pan over medium high heat until it is quite hot. Grill the skewers until the fish is done through, this will only take a few minutes per side. I like to make sure everything is touching the grill for nice even grill marks. Once you set the skewers down, don't disturb them for a few minutes, Then carefully turn and grill the other side. When the fish flakes, it's done. Throw the remaining limes on the grill at the last minute, cut side down.
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12 Responses to Mahi Mahi Skewers with Jalapeño, Key Lime, and Pineapple

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  3. These look great! I love the combination of the heat from the jalapenos with the cooler pineapple. It creates such a pretty presentation that I’m sure tastes even better than it looks!

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  5. Love this flavor combination-such a great, healthy idea for summer barbecues!

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  7. I’ve been admiring your fish skewers for some time now – love the idea and the fast prep to table time. Limes, pineapple and peppers – they would be great on their own too! Wonderful, creative idea.

  8. I LOVE this idea. I’m not sure I could get hold of key limes, or mahi mahi for that matter, but I’m sure I could make a few substitutes and come up with something similar. Love how impressive this is for so little effort.

  9. There’s something that’a just so cool about eating off a stick! Love the combination of flavors and that you threaded whole key limes and jalapenos on the skewers.

  10. Eileen says:

    This sounds SO GOOD for barbecue season! I am definitely going to have to go get all the fish and fruit as soon as possible.

  11. I am dying over these! Love the flavoring to go with the mahi mahi. So simple, yet the perfect meal for a summer night. Can’t wait to give these a try, they will be a huge hit. Thanks!

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