Grilled Mahi and Corn on the Cob


Grilled Mahi and Corn on the Cob. Easy, delicious, healthy and most of all…..easy clean up.

I’ve become quite the grill master lately and have really enjoyed it. Makes your food taste great and is easier than I had expected.

This is a meal the whole family with love, as you can see, my little boy loves it as well. :)


  • 4 Mahi fillets
  • 4 Corn on the cob, shucked
  • 1 White or Yellow Onion, sliced
  • Dill
  • Garlic Salt
  • Salt & Pepper
  • EVOO
  • Butter

As you can see I didn’t give exact measurements for the seasoning. I prefer to do seasoning to desired preference. Also, depending on the size of the fillet you may want a little more or a little less. :)

For easy clean up I wrap each corn and fillet individually in foil to allow for the flavors to seep in and stay concentrated.

Sprinkle corn with salt, pepper and garlic salt. Top with a chunk of butter and sprinkle with EVOO.


Fold foil up in somewhat of a dome. This will give easy access to check and see if the corn is done without losing all your juices.



Slice onion and sprinkle seasoning on top of Mahi. Lay onion on top and drizzle with EVOO and chunks of butter. Fold up into a dome.


Grill corn first as it will take significantly longer. Once corn is half way grilled begin cooking the fish for 5-8 minutes (depending on size) making sure not to overcook. You will want the fish to be flaky, this means it is done and not over cooked or under cooked.


Once done, open up and enjoy the aroma and enjoy this luscious, healthy meal.


Cooper LOVED this meal and LOVES seafood. He ate a whole corn on the cob by himself and shared the fish with me.


Cooper being a big boy using adults silverware and feeding himself. :)

IMG_4114Makes for great leftovers if you can make it last that long. :)


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