Baked halibut is one of the largest fish in the sea, known for its sweet flavor and delicate white flesh. Wrapped in parchment or glazed with citrus sauce, these easy recipes for baked halibut take just minutes to assemble.See Popular Baked Halibut Recipes
Only four ingredients make up this fantastic fish dinner, and the preparation time is just 30 minutes.
Here delicate white fish is topped with crunchy breadcrumbs and diced pickled beets for a simple Danish dish that combines sweet, salty and sour flavors.
Sweet bananas combined with oranges, cilantro and lime juice create a fresh relish to serve with mild, white-fleshed fish, or try it alongside roast chicken or pork.
Hazelnut crusted fish topped with pureed berries makes this fish dinner a gourmet treat.
Serve these broiled fish steaks on a bed of shredded carrot and spinach. The mustard and sour cream sauce provides a zippy finish.
In Central Mexico where this main dish originated, tequila is used as the flavoring agent. This recipe uses red wine instead to create a milder, mellower sauce.
A simple tomato mixture flavors these broiled, basil seasoned halibut steaks.
For this dinner recipe, the fish and vegetables are drizzled with olive oil and white wine and baked in parchment paper. This makes cleanup even easier.
The firm flesh of halibut makes it the perfect choice for this dish, but feel free to substitute salmon, cod or any other thick fish. The bell peppers can be varied as well--exchange green for red or use a combination of red, green and yellow. You can also add rosemary, basil or even mint to the gremolata, a classic Italian seasoning of parsley, garlic and lemon zest. Accompany the dish with greens, such as spinach or chard.
A vibrant herb paste brings robust flavor to a delicate fish.
A speedy roast at high heat keeps the halibut moist and succulent, and the savory thyme-sesame-crust adds a distinctive finish. Serve with mashed potatoes and a steamed fresh vegetable of your choice.
This 20-minute dinner is low in calories and fat. Broil this seasoned fish until it flakes easily with a fork. The garlic and herbs make it melt in your mouth.
Baking in a hot oven, rather than frying, turns these buttermilk- and crumb-coated cod fillets crispy and golden.
Light and satisfying, fish deserves to take centerstage for a holiday meal, weeknight supper, or dinner party. Try these dishes for salmon, cod, and more.