Available year-round, halibut is a popular seafood for nearly any type of preparation. Baked, broiled, poached, or grilled, these easy halibut recipes are a snap to prepare.
You need just one pan and less than 25 minutes to serve this beautiful, balanced seafood and pasta dinner.
Jalapeno peppers and fresh garlic give this low-calorie, high-protein seafood dish a spicy kick. Toast baguette slices for a hearty side perfect for dipping!
Baked panko bread crumbs give fish fillets the same crunch as fried batter (for far less fat).
The spicy red pepper sauce serves as both the marinade and table sauce in this easy fish recipe.
A simple sauce of lemon juice, Dijon-style mustard, and basil adds a scintillating note to these sizzling grilled fish steaks.
Keep chicken broth, rice, and salsa in the cupboard and frozen corn in the freezer for this 20-minute recipe. Then, you're just one quick stop at a fish market away from a satisfying soup supper.
Ancho chili powder has a darker color and spicier flavor than regular chili powder. It adds a spicy kick to this festive feast. Black beans and seafood play a key role in these tasty tacos.
For extra panache, pour the remaining broth into a pitcher and pass it so guests can pour the juices over this seafood main dish.
Easy three-ingredient glazes give you options for a no-fuss dinner. A quick spinach saute makes a nice side that suits any glaze.
Leeks lend a mellow onion flavor to this rich and creamy fish chowder.
Only four ingredients make up this fantastic fish dinner, and the preparation time is just 30 minutes.
Quickly prep the halibut and vegetable kabobs and then let them marinate while you fix the rest of dinner.