I bought a large bag of mahi-mahi fillets, which normally I really like. I didn't realize the fillets in this most recent bag had skin on one side, which kind of grosses me out. It's thick and silver in color and someone told me mahi-mahi is called "the dolphin fish" (although it's not Flipper, not that kind of dolphin) and the idea of eating dolphin skin makes me a little queasy. I tried to peel the skin off one piece and ended up mangling it so bad it was even more disgusting. Does anyone have any suggstions on preparation? Should I fry it? Try to ignore it? Cover it with bread crumbs? I'm too cheap to throw it away or feed it to my dogs. I want to make use of it. Thanks in advance.