Sugar Free Seared Halibut

When I think about cooking fish, I imagine how restaurants on the bay would cook my fish and I try to replicate it, because I want to be sitting in the warmth near the water. So when I put together a recipe I picture myself in Florida or San Diego. And you know what? It always works! It’s what gave me inspiration for this dish; seared halibut with a fennel-olive salad.

I decided to add a salad to this dish to lighten it up. With this salad I like to slice the ingredients up very thinly so they don’t over power the fish, but will also compliment the halibut. You get a little bit of a crunch in every bite. And while cooking fish may not be my specialty I’ve found a way that works for me that is also easy, and that’s by coating them in oil and cooking them until they are flaky. It’s the flakiness that is what brings this entire dish together for me.

Fish is one of the best dishes to make because you’re getting a meal that is high in protein and omegas. It is also high in iron, which is great for your body. After eating a meal like this you’ll feel ready to do anything!

4 halibut fillets (6 oz each)

3 tbsp Extra virgin olive oil

1 fennel bulb, thinly sliced

1 shallot, thinly sliced

8 green olives, pitted and sliced

1 tbsp chopped fresh parsley

1 tsp lemon zest, plus 1 tbsp juice

Salt & Pepper

Directions:

Coat fish fillets with 1 tbsp olive oil; season with salt & pepper.

In nonstick skillet, cook over medium-high until flaky, 3-5 minutes per side. In bowl, toss remaining oil; season.

Spoon over fish

Best Gluten Free No Sugar Added Pumpkin Cheesecake

 Best Gluten Free No Sugar Added Pumpkin Cheesecake Hi friends get excited for this recipe! Because I have taken on the all decadent seasonal dessert: pumpkin cheesecake traditional recipe and made it way all new and improved recipe with the same pumpkin pie flavor...

Healthy No Sugar Pumpkin Oat Cookies

Healthy No Sugar Pumpkin Oat Cookies I could not wait until pumpkin season to make my all time favorite cookie. These are super simple to make and healthy cookies. I make those and eat them for breakfast or a snack because they are like a pumpkin granola bar. This is...

Sugar Free Seared Halibut
Rate this post

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This