Smoked Mahi Mahi

by Kevin H. on July 15, 2015 · 0 comments

Smoked Mahi

I invited my parents over for dinner one evening recently, and when I asked what sounded good, they said fish. My local meat store had Mahi Mahi on sale…I’d never smoked Mahi before…so there you have it. I never need an excuse to try something new on my grill.

Mahi Mahi is a meaty fish, so it lends itself very well to the grill – and smoke. I kept it light – apple and cherry wood for the smoke – and the flavors simple – a little bit of Ellbee’s Lemon Citrus and a sprinkle of All Purpose Rub.

I smoked the Mahi for about 30 minutes – until it flaked apart easily – or until the internal temp hit about 145.

Very tasty, very meaty. Definitely give this a try next time you’re in the mood for a healthy BBQ dinner!

Smoked Mahi

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Smoked Mahi


  • 1 Mahi Mahi filet
  • 1 tbs Ellbee's Garlic Seasoning (I used Lemon Citrus)
  • A light sprinkle of All Purpose Rub


  1. Set up your grill for indirect cooking/smoking. Place a piece of tin foil on the side without heat. You'll put your fish filet's on the foil.
  2. Spread the Ellbee's across the filet, then sprinkle some all purpose rub.
  3. Place the filet on the foil on your grill, away from the heat.
  4. Add wood chips/chunks - I used apple and cherry - and smoke for about 30 minutes, until the internal temp is around 145.

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