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#12376422 - 08/07/17 04:59 PM Halibut
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Registered: 05/02/13
Posts: 302
Loc: Lindale
Anybody have a recipe for halibut? My son brought some back from Alaska and I've never had it nor cooked any!

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#12378169 - 08/08/17 07:31 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
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Registered: 01/15/07
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Loc: Sanger,Texas
I may be different but I cut it small pieces and fried it like any other fish and it was awesome. Big flakes of real white fish.
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#12378189 - 08/08/17 07:38 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
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Registered: 09/23/08
Posts: 2507
Loc: mckinney
I grilled it after brushing with olive oil and seasoning with Tony C's and Old Bay. After grilling rubbed butter and squeezed lime juice on it. To me it is one of the best fish I've ever eaten.

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#12378471 - 08/08/17 10:24 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
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Registered: 02/23/05
Posts: 1728
Loc: Ft. Worth
Halibut is one of the best fish I've ever eaten. Every time I visit my daughter in Seattle I eat it as often as I can.

The best thing about Halibut is that it tastes great any way you cook it. I've had it fried, grilled, pan seared, broiled and oven baked and it was delicious every time - the only way to screw up halibut is to over cook it. No need for fancy sauces or marinades - at home I usually just drizzle it with a little olive oil, put on a dash or 2 of seasoned salt/pepper, and grill it over hot coals 3-5 minutes a side, depending on thickness. Serve with lemon & warm melted butted

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#12379245 - 08/09/17 01:24 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
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Registered: 05/02/13
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Loc: Lindale
Thanks! Just wanted to make sure without screwing it up!

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#12379609 - 08/09/17 06:20 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
smooth move Offline
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Registered: 10/14/12
Posts: 1341
Loc: bayou vista,tx
makes great fish balls or cakes. loads of flavor. they serve em as snacks in bars in Alaska for Monday Night Football.
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#12379631 - 08/09/17 06:29 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
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Loc: southlake
Makes great fish Tacos. Also great bake, I cant eat fried food. So i bake and grill. I have a life long friend that works on the boats for Copper River. 20 years He sends us cases of salmon and halibut every season.
We eat a lot of fish from Alaska.
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#12379687 - 08/09/17 07:14 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
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Registered: 05/02/13
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Loc: Lindale
My son brought back some fresh caught salmon too! I've cooked it before! Bruce, you are a lucky man with all that fresh fish from Alaska!

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#12420427 - 09/09/17 05:20 PM Re: Halibut [Re: Couples Team]
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Registered: 06/05/12
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I usually bake halibut. I rub a tiny amount of mayo over the meat to keep it moist, sprinkle with breadcrumbs, or any seasoning and toss it in the oven. I do a lemon butter white wine sauce with it sometimes.
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