Our Wild Alaskan Halibut is one of America's favorite "white fish". Its snow-white flesh has a firm, flaky texture and a mild, but slightly sweet flavor. Halibut is low in fat, but high in protein, making it a healthy and delicious choice for your next meal. Halibut is great baked or broiled.
- (2) 8 oz. Portions per pound
- Vacuum Packed for Freshness
- Skinless & Boneless
- Wild caught
- Product of Alaska (USA)
For best results, thaw in the refrigerator overnight.
For quicker thawing: Place fillets in a zip lock bag and submerge in cold water until thawed.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place Halibut Steaks or fillets on a well oiled (or buttered) baking dish. Cook for 20 minutes or more (depends on thickness of fillet or steak) and baste halfway through the cooking with melted butter or oil. Fish is done when it is a solid white color and flakes with a fork.
Preheat your broiler. The Halibut should be 3 to 4 inches away from the broiler. Before broiling, baste with your choice of oil or butter, add salt and pepper and your choice of herbs or spices and broil for about 10 to 15 minutes. (For a light, lemony flavor, grate a tablespoon of lemon rind or zest into the oil before basting it on the fish) The fish is done when it is a solid white color and flakes easily with a fork.