Whether you want healthy fish sticks for the kids or an elegant classy dinner, these halibut recipes have something for everybody.
Halibut is the ultimate flaky white fish. It’s got a mild, sweet flavor and firm texture that seafood lovers can’t resist.
Grill up some filets for a backyard extravaganza.
Or turn it into a hearty winter soup. This flat fish is universal, loaded with protein, and easy to cook, too.
And you’re in luck because today’s fish special highlights the 25 best halibut recipes!
Savor the flavor of halibut with a rich and bright lemon butter sauce. It enhances the naturally sweet flavor in the easiest of ways.
This is a quick 15-minute go-to method for cooking halibut that never fails.
To keep things easy, serve this with a side of roasted veggies like asparagus or an assorted root medley.
A simple way to season halibut is with blackened seasoning.
It adds a bold coating that crisps up the outside while keeping the inside juicy.
No need to make a trip to the store for seasoning because you’ll find the ingredients in your pantry.
It calls for paprika, cayenne, garlic, onion, and some dried herbs.
Rub that on the fish and your halibut will be ready in a jiff.
Word to the wise, you may want to open a window or turn on a vent. This can get a little smoky.
Sometimes, simplicity is best. That’s why this garlic butter halibut is flawless.
It’s pungent, flavorful, fresh, and ready in 15 minutes.
Since you’re not coating this with flour or adding any sugar, it’s also gluten-free and keto-friendly.
Sure, burgers and brats are a no-brainer for a cookout. But this time, do something special and grill halibut.
Brush your filets with a sweet soy mixture and then toss it on a preheated grill. It only takes a couple of minutes, so keep your eye on it.
If you’re contemplating sides, I highly suggest grilled asparagus, corn, and potatoes.
Healthy, delicious, and easy, this oven-baked halibut has it all!
Roasting the halibut with olive oil and lemon infuses it with flavor and keeps it from drying out.
It also causes the cherry tomatoes to burst with juice.
I think you’ll love the extra touch of the Kalamata olives, feta, and Dijon mustard, too.
This is the perfect fish dinner. It’s not only wholesome and easy to clean up, but the oven does the brunt of the work for you.
Give the fish and asparagus a coating of olive oil, then sprinkle on the garlic and parmesan cheese.
It’s a flavor enhancer that doesn’t require much and it’s gluten-free.
I also like to toss a lemon on the pan. Roasting the lemon brings out the juices and is excellent squeezed all over this dish.
Another fabulous way to doctor up halibut with parmesan is with this simple bake.
Rather than merely sprinkling it on, you’ll turn the cheese into a creamy spread and slather it on top.
It’s rich in mayo, sour cream, and butter, which beautifully coats the filet as it melts all over it in the oven.
It might not be the healthiest take on halibut, but it’s one of the most comforting.
When you think of fish tacos, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For me, it’s these killer Baja fish tacos.
It’s a healthier version that ditches the breading for a Mexican seasoning. This does wonders to let the flavor of the thick halibut shine.
Which gets even better with the homemade zesty crema!
I tend to omit the sour cream for Greek yogurt in my crema. It has more probiotics and a tangier taste.
Who knew fine-dining could be this easy?
This six-ingredient fish dinner has an enticing presentation that only gets better when you bite in.
Each halibut filet gets bundled up tight with a sage leaf and prosciutto, then drizzled with a sage brown butter sauce.
Add the twist of lemon and it’s the classy dinner you’ve been longing for minus the hassle.
This is a brilliant use of phyllo dough!
You take a firm, mild halibut filet and top it with a pinch of dill. Roll it up in the dough, give it a brushing of butter, and then bake.
It’s some seriously easy-peasy stuff with a big payoff.
Here’s a mouthwatering lunch wrap you’ll want to add to your weekly menu.
Each wrap has a flavorsome filling of lemon grilled halibut, avocado, spinach, and sprouts.
Ingredients like this deserve a worthy condiment, which is why spicy hummus is so great.
But it also goes well with roasted bell pepper, avocado, and even garlic hummus.
Have a hankering for a fish sandwich? This one will hit the spot!
The juicy, flaky fried halibut filet has the perfect texture inside and out.
Plop it on a toasty bun with a slice of tomato, lettuce, and tartar sauce for a foolproof combo.
Oh, and speaking of tartar sauce, this one is a homemade version with lemon and basil. It’s lip-smacking good!
A hot halibut sandwich may not be the first thing that comes into mind when thinking about Nashville, but it will be.
The chili oil has three types of peppers making it spicy hot.
Meanwhile, mayo and American cheese help balance it out. Add bread and butter pickles, then sink your teeth in!
This memorable sandwich will be all you can think about.
Dreary days are best met with a hot bowl of fish chowder.
The creamy base is a robust blend of canned tomatoes, garlic, and onions.
To make it cozier, there are bite-sized potatoes, cheddar cheese, and juicy halibut in the mix.
Grab that garlic bread, you’ll need it.
15. Halibut Soup
Do you love brothy soups? Here’s how to make a sensational one with halibut.
The base is rather unique as it’s seasoned with egg and sour cream. Meanwhile, a handful of veggies pack it with nutrients.
Let the fish simmer in all that yumminess until everything is fully cooked. Since it’s a firm fish, it will hold up well.
Here’s a year-round fish and pasta dinner with a very fresh take.
The angel hair pasta and halibut filets get a burst of lively flavors from the zippy ginger, orange, and scallion sauce.
It’s a lighter, clean-tasting dish that you can whip up in less than 30 minutes.
When I want home-style pasta without heavy sauce, I turn to spaghetti with halibut.
It’s a cozy dish that lightens things up a bit with a fresh mix of lemon, parsley, and red onion.
And halibut is the ideal choice for more substance. It’s mild, sweet, lean, and an excellent source of protein.
Give your salad a fresh take with halibut and chickpeas. You double up on the protein, not to mention the taste.
Cherry tomatoes are like little bursts of heaven and the simple lemon dressing enhances the fresh flavors.
I love the peppery kick of arugula, but you can use any type of leafy green.
While tuna is the standard for Nicoise salad, no one said you couldn’t make it with halibut instead.
Grilled halibut is one of those treasures that can spruce up any bed of leafy greens.
Do it the Nicoise way and you have a bounty of goodness all on one plate.
Although there are many variations, you’ll love the tender potatoes, crisp Boston lettuce, hard-boiled eggs, and flaky fish that come with this dish.
Have some time to spare for a cooking project? Bouillabaisse is a dreamy seafood dinner that takes a couple of hours to craft.
It’s a French stew full of bold flavors and a fresh harvest of seafood.
The tomato base is doctored up with a splash of white wine, fennel, saffron, licorice liqueur, and more.
My favorite part though is the assortment of seafood. Swimming in the robust broth is flaky halibut, littleneck clams, shrimp, and mussels.
When I need a dazzling dish, I make halibut confit. This stunning seven-ingredient meal feeds a crowd and always stirs up quite the fuss.
But can I tell you a secret? It’s totally beginner-friendly.
You’ll roast spring leeks and lemon on top of halibut, and cover it with a homemade infused oil.
Right before serving, sprinkle on cilantro and cardamom seeds.
You’ll be happy to go low-carb when these noodles are on the menu.
The zoodles are glowing with parsley, lemon, cherry tomatoes, and a fragrant blend of shallots and garlic.
Right in the middle is a garlic-infused halibut filet in all its glory!
This is one fresh summer dish that never gets old.
There is something about the bright combo of lemon and dill that makes fish pop. And this slower cooker halibut is no exception.
Wrap a filet in foil with the uncomplicated seasoning and let the slow cooker do the rest.
You get perfectly cooked filets without worrying about it stubbornly sticking to a pan.
And you know what else is great? The clean-up is minimal, too!
Looking for healthier fish dinners that don’t require frying? Poached halibut should be number one on your list.
Seasoned halibut filets get poached in a zippy broth that’s the ideal balance of flavorsome and nutritious.
It’s bursting with lemon, popping with garlicky, and has a glug of white wine for vigor.
You’re never too old for impeccable fish sticks!
Panko breadcrumbs give the outside the ideal crispy crunch. Meanwhile, the inside is so flaky and juicy that you won’t be able to resist.
Quality like this deserves the tartar sauce to match. So forget the jarred stuff and whip up a simple one from scratch.
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