Mahi-Mahi is also known as “Dolphinfish” because, among other things, of its habit of swimming in front of the sailboats, as the dolphins do. However, both species are not part of the same family. To avoid confusion, Mahi-Mahi, which means "very strong" in the Hawaiian language, is used.
- Fishing technique: line caught.
- Its lean pinkish and almost translucent flesh has a bright red bloodline.
- It has a moderately firm and fibrous texture. Its taste is strong and mild at the same time, with a sweet flavor profile.
- Rich in vitamins A, B3 and B12, as well as in potassium.