Pricey! One of these ran $15.00 and up. Some packs were $30 bucks! Feeding a family of 5, I needed to make sure they were large enough to cut in pieces.
That’s what I did. I cut one into 3 pieces and the other into 2.
Since this was my first time I kept it simple by seasoning it with lemon pepper, old bay seasoning and Himalayan salt.
Oiled my skillet with some extra virgin olive oil and seared them.
Awesome!!! Awesome fish! The taste puts me in the mind of Tilapia with the thickness and texture of salmon.
What I did notice was that the pieces of Halibut that were thicker and slightly larger were the most expensive. Since the texture of the fish is thick, it’s not necessary to get such thick pieces. The sizes I picked up were perfect.
I’m happy to add Halibut to our menu. Have you taste Halibut?
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