Celebrate the opening of the fishing season with our top five most requested recipes using delicious wild caught Halibut!
Since we’ve gone over the basics of grilling your favorite piece of fish, you’re now ready to try out one of our favorite, four ingredient meals. We love the flavor the grill gives this fish – it really adds to the overall richness of the halibut.
Both flavorful and healthy, this colorful meal will truly brighten up your day! We’ve used parchment paper before (remember the organic chicken en Papillote?) – there’s just something about cutting open the parchment paper at the table that brings extra flare to our meal.
The combination of herbed butter with the already buttery taste of the halibut may seem overwhelming at first glance – but after our first bite we were hooked. Roasted until flakey, our wild caught Alaskan halibut takes on the savory and aromatic notes of the thyme and herbed butter.
Our chef recently found himself with one piece of halibut and two additional hungry family members. What’s a chef to do? Turn it into an appetizer, of course! This recipe is a great as a first dish, as it’s light and pairs wonderfully with the swiss chard an peas.
When summer hits Texas it’s peach season and lighter fare is all the rage. It’s also Halibut season in Alaska and Beetnik’s Halibut is caught and immediately portioned, vacuum sealed, and flash frozen to lock in the beautiful flavors. This week I decided to test our Alaskan Halibut with a salsa of peaches, tomatoes, and jalapeños to make a nice light dinner.