One of the core principles of NoRecipeRequired is teaching you how to use basic cooking techniques to change and modify your standard dishes – and of course still have them be outstanding. Seasonal changes present great opportunities to do just that, and here I’m going to show you how to “Autumn-ize” a simple seared Halibut recipe. To do that we’re going to use some
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If your looking for an easy halibut recipe, I’ve got one for you. Halibut is one of my favorite fish to cook, and I make it at least one a month. Baking is one of the least labor intensive ways to cook halibut. I’d say the majority of time I make halibut, I'm searing the fish on the stove top, quickly on both sides. Searing it off like that gets the outside nice and crispy, and because you'
At least once a week, I try to make a fish dish, and since my wife and I both really like Halibut, it’s on the menu quite often. As such, I’m always looking for new ways to cook halibut, so I can keep it interesting. Fortunately, clean, light flavored fish (like halibut) go with a tremendous variety of foods, so it’s easy to change up the dish with the kinds of sides and other flavors you can
Halibut is one of my favorite fish, as the flavor is fairly mild, the texture nice and firm, and its ability to compliment other foods is exceptional. I really love the light, clean taste of the fish and use it as a platform for other flavors. Here, in this recipe, I crust the fish with black sesame seeds which not only provide a great nutty flavor, but all a crispy texture, not
Halibut is one of my favorite fish to cook. I love the texture and the mild flavor, and it’s an easy fish to find. Best of all, Halibut in pretty “forgiving” when it comes to cooking. Don’t get me wrong, you need to be careful not to over or under cook it, but I think you’ve got a bit more room to play with than some other fish.