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KRISTIN9924 Posts: 952
1/12/11 10:10 P

I like to poach it because it is almost impossible to overcook it and make it too dry. I usually put one can of rotel and a 1/3 cup of white wine in a pan with the fish and bring it to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for about 10 minutes. Serve on a bed of brown rice.

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1/12/11 7:44 P

Yum! I'll try it this week!!

EXENEC Posts: 5,624
1/12/11 6:57 A

Agree with Heeper. Halibut is very flavorful and doesn't need a lot of help, and roasting is a healthy way of cooking fish without much fat or calories. Try roasting salmon with some lemon, salt and pepper.

GAYLEP67 Posts: 757
1/11/11 11:17 P

You could put the fish in parchment paper tucking your lemon and herbs under and/or on top of the fish. The fish will steam in the packet and you won't have to use any oil at all. Here's a "how to" link to Martha Stewart's website.

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1/7/11 3:59 P

Thanks! I got a 8oz filet. I will do as you suggested and pan fry it with a pinch of olive oil, dill and lemon. That sounds yummy! Now I have to decide on what sides I want. Oh, I can't wait for dinner!

HEEPER Posts: 1,000
1/7/11 1:12 P

Halibut is a great fish! Good choice! Is it a whole fish or is it fillets?

If it's a whole fish, you can roast the whole thing in the oven until it's flaky - I usually put some lemon slices in the body cavity, which add a delicious (but not overpowering) lemon flavor to the fish.

If it's fillets, you can pan fry it (just use a little oil to help keep it from sticking), and just season with salt and pepper - it's very nice just like that.

If you're looking for something snazzier, allrecipes has a bunch of "favorite halibut recipes"... but I tend to like hallibut made simply.

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1/7/11 12:22 P


I am buying halibut from Whole Foods today, and I have never boughten or made fish, only frozen fish chips. lol

Anyway, what is the best method and topping to put on Halibut? I am thinking of baking the fish or cooking it in a frying pan, but I want to avoid oils, I want to be healthy. So please any advice, or help you can give would be appreciated!

Please help!



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