Blackened Halibut becomes crisp and blackened when the seasonings used to coat it become charred in a hot skillet. It’s a delicious way of preparing fish – the inside is tender and flaky while the outside is crusty and intensely seasoned. Traditional recipes for blackened halibut and other fish call for lots of butter, but I use a modest amount of olive oil and the result is delightful.
One Pan Baked Halibut Recipe | The Mediterranean Dish. Halibut fillet with green beans and cherry tomatoes baked in a delicious Mediterranean sauce with garlic, olive oil and lemon juice. Comes together in less than 30 mins! See the step-by-step on The Mediterranean Dish.
Panko Parmesan Crusted Halibut Recipe. "This was amazing! Used Costco frozen halibut. Baked at 425º until thermometer registered internal temp of 145. Buying halibut is a splurge, but this was way cheaper than a similar restaurant meal for 4."