Mahi Mahi, is known as Pullimotha/Avvnose/Avanose/Bat in Malayalam (Abanoose in Kannada). The fish is called mahi-mahi in the Hawaiian language is also known as Common Dolphin fish. Mahi Mahi is a surface- dwelling ray-finned fish found in off-shore temperate, tropical and subtropical waters worldwide. Mahi mahi usually weights around 7Kg-13Kg. They are known to be the fastest growing fish. Their body is slender and long making them fast swimmers.
HEALTH BENEFITSEating mahi mahi benefits your health by contributing to your daily protein intake. Each 3-ounce serving of the fish provides 20.2 grams of protein, which your body uses to maintain your tissues. Mahi mahi is a source of complete protein, which means it contains all the essential amino acids you need to survive. Mahi Mahi contains good source of lean protein and to provide you with multiple important nutrients. It also contains vitamins B5 and B6, potassium.
NUTRACEUTICALS PRESENTThey are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals that help in maintaining good health. It contains calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc and are a good source of vitamins such as thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin C, B12, B6, A, E and vitamin K. CULINARY METHOD Mahi mahi’s firm texture stands up well to baking and grilling -- simply season with pepper and cook until the fish flakes easily. Add more flavour to your mahi mahi using healthy ingredients. You can also enjoy the fish in salads. In Kerala, Mahi Mahi used to Prepare modha - thilapichathu, modha fry etc. but the main dish is the modha - thala thilappichathu, it is a curry prepared by using the head of the modha.
PIN BONESModha is a fleshy fish with pin bones in muscle and central area.
ALLERGIC REACTIONSA word of caution; this fish causes allergic reactions to some individuals. Such persons should avoid the consumption of this particular fish and seek medical attention.