Given how beautiful the Striped Marlin is, many fishers are hesitant to cut into it. If you can look past its colors, however, the dining experience is no less exquisite. As with the Pacific Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin meat is served in steak form, with a myriad of different seasonings to enhance its flavor. Fans of this fish often coat the steaks in olive oil and then roll them in flour, spices, sesame seed powder, or other seasonings, along with salt and pepper. You can then place them on a grill or cook it in a pan with butter, browning each exterior side while leaving the interior pink.