How does mahi mahi taste

Coryphaena hippurus, (Great) golden mackerel; engl. (Common) Dolphinfish; French Coryphène (commune);
Italian: Lampuga, Corifena; Spanish Dorado (común), Perico, Lampuga; Japanese Shiira, Toohyaku

The Mahi mahi from the Coryphaenidae family is considered to be one of the most beautiful and tastiest fish at the same time
the oceans. It has an elongated body, a steep head profile, a protruding lower jaw and a dorsal fin that extends from the head to the deeply forked caudal fin. Its back is bluish-green, its belly is silver-white. Its golden shimmering belly sides and its relationship to mackerel, which you neither see nor taste, earned it the German name gold mackerel. The mahi mahi is a deep sea fish that occurs in all tropical and subtropical marine areas and likes to swim around flotsam or boats. It reaches a length of approx. 1.50 m and a weight of up to 40 kg. However, the catch weight is usually 3 to 12 kg. He is a fast swimmer and feeds mostly on flying fish, crustaceans, and octopus.
The flesh of the mahi mahi is silvery yellow in color and has a delicate taste. It can be filleted with ease and served without bones. It is so firm that it will keep its shape even on the grill: e.g. simply drizzle with lemon juice, salt, brush with olive oil and place on the wire rack.
High season: July-August. Nutritional value per 100 g: 94 kcal., 1 g fat, 19.3 g protein, 0 g carbohydrates.