1. Cilantro Halibut
Corn flakes makes a crispy coating, and cilantro gives zest in this baked Halibut recipe.
2. Baked Halibut Limone
The freshness of lemon combined with garlic make an excellent Halibut entree.
3. Baked Halibut Supreme
Alaska Halibut with bacon, sour cream and parmesan cheese.
4. Deviled Alaskan Halibut
Elegant, delicious, and impressive... Halibut at it's finest.
5. Alaska Halibut Royale
Alaska's best tasting fish with a touch of white wine.
1. Halibut Cheeks Sauteed in Vermouth
A remarkably simple, yet elegant, serving of delicious halibut cheeks.
Method 1: Place your vacuum sealed fish in a tub and add cool water. Periodically change the water when it gets too cold. This thawing process should take about 30 minutes depending on how frozen your fish is.
Method 2: Remove your fish from the freezer the night before you want to prepare it. Unwrap fish from plastic vacuum sealed pouch. Place fish on plate with saran wrap over it, then place the fish in the refrigerator. It should be ready to cook by the next evening.
1. Cilantro Ginger
Use the cilantro-ginger sauce as both a marinade and a serving sauce for the halibut.
2. Ginger Scallion Oriental
A Halibut variation on Chinese Fish with Ginger and Scallions.
3. Thai Steamed Halibut
This recipe has a very distinct taste from the marinade used.
1. Basic Grilled Halibut
This Grilled Halibut is easy and delicious.
2. Barbecue Halibut
Fire up the grill and enjoy Alaska Halibut.
3. Spicy Grilled Alaskan Chili-Lime
Use sweet Thai Chili Sauce for genuine Thai flavor.
5. Grilled Halibut with Citrus,
Watercress and Olives
The molasses included in the marinade helps the fish brown without overcooking it. You won't taste the sweetness. Goes well with soft, full-bodied white wines.
1. Alaska Halibut Chowder
On a cold day, or a Sunday night supper... mmm,good!
2. Halibut Stir Fry
A slightly Oriental, refreshing and fresh tasting Halibut entree.
3. Spicy Sesame Crusted Alaska Halibut
A very easy and delicious Halibut recipe.
4. Alaskan Halibut Lasagna
A healthy and tasty variation on lasagna.
1. Ceviché with Wild Alaska Halibut
The acid from the limes essentially "cooks" the fish without using heat.