Awesome Broiled Halibut




Introduction: Awesome Broiled Halibut

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Honest to God, this IS best tasting halibut I've ever tasted, including fish from restaurants!!!!

Step 1: ​Ingredients:

1-2 halibut steaks, fresh

olive oil

salt, pepper or seasonings of your choice (1 used * NORTHWOODS SEASONING)

1 lemon

* NOTE: Begin with Fresh Halibut from your local fish market.

Step 2: NOTE: Northwoods Seasoning

Penzeys Northwoods Seasoning is hand-mixed from: coarse flake salt, paprika, black pepper, thyme, rosemary, granulated garlic and ground chipotle pepper.

Step 3: Directions:

Pre-soak a wood plank for 1 hour, totally immersing the plank in water.

Step 4: Preheat Oven:

Position oven rack to the second from the top slot of oven, approximately six inches below the heating element. Then turn oven on, preheating with broiler set on LOW for about 10 minutes.

Step 5: Rinse:

Unwrap fish and rinse thoroughly under cold running water.

Step 6: Dry:

Dry halibut completely.

Step 7: Olive Oil:

Using 1 tablespoon of olive oil, lightly coat the entire halibut.

Step 8: Seasoning:

Using 1 tablespoon of olive oil, lightly coat the entire halibut. Season the halibut with seasonings of your choice, making sure to season ALL sides.

Step 9: Into Oven:

Place the halibut onto the pre-soaked plank and place into the oven skin side up.

Step 10: Broiling:

Broil for 5-6 minutes before carefully flipping the halibut over(skin side down) with a thin metal spatula. Continue broiling about 8 minutes longer: the innermost portion of the flesh is no longer translucent... and halibut is easily flaked with a fork.

Step 11: And Out of the Oven:

Remove the halibut from the broiler and wooden plank. Let it rest for 5 to 8 minutes before eating.

Step 12: Lemons:

Slice lemon into a thin slices for accompaniment to the halibut.

Step 13:

Experimenting again... I’ve NEVER cooked fish in my life before (I was afraid the house to smell like a can of cheap cat food. So with no recipe to follow, and thoughts in my head… here goes!

I don’t have a grill and I am not into fried foods, I decided “low” broil on a pre-soaked plank. Results, the halibut turned out flaky and moist with delicious flavors!
I hope you give this fast and delicious recipe a try soon!!

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    5 years ago

    Looks great!


    Reply 8 months ago

    If you don't have a wood plAnk is there anything you can swap it for??


    Reply 8 months ago

    If you don’t have Panko crumbs you can simply use regular bread. Remove crusts from bread. Grate bread by hand or pulse 1 to 2 times in a food processor. Place bread onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. 
Bake in a preheated oven with temperature set at 350 F. for 5-7 minute. Be very careful not to let the crumbs brown. Remove the breadcrumbs from the oven, let cool, and store in glass jars.


    Reply 5 years ago

    I thank you!!