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  • Olive Oil Poached Halibut with Citrus, Herb & Olive Vinaigrette

    Olive Oil Poached Halibut with Citrus, Herb & Olive Vinaigrette

     

    Olive Oil Poached Halibut with Citrus, Herb & Olive Vinaigrette

    Serves 6

     

    This Halibut dish has an herb-a-licious, tangy citrus kick! Make sure to pair it with my Sicilian Lemon Glazed Carrots!

     

    What You’ll Need:

    A Straight Sided Pan with Cover

    Measuring Cups and Spoons

    A Blender

    A Sharp Chef’s Knife

    A Meat or Candy-Making Thermometer

    A 4-Quart Braising Pan with Cover

    A Large Plate

    Tin Foil

    A Kitchen Spoon

    A Serving Bowl or Gravy Dish

     

    Ingredients:

    6 (6 Ounce) halibut fillet

    6 Cups Lime Infused Olive Oil

    1 Tsp Sea Salt

    Fresh Ground Pepper

    1 Cup Parsley, Chopped

    1 Cup Basil, Chopped

    2 Tsp Garlic, Minced

    3 Tbsp Capers, Drained

    1/4 Cup Green Olives, Chopped

    1/2 Cup Lime Infused Olive Oil (from the pot)

    1/4 Cup White Wine

    1/4 Cup Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic

    1/2 Cup Veggie Broth

    1/2 Tsp Sea Salt

    Shakes of Hot Sauce

     

    How To Put It Together:

    1) Pour 6 cups of lime infused olive oil into a straight-sided braising pan. Heat the pan over over low heat. Using a meat or candy thermometer, check the temperature until the oils reaches about 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Add the halibut to the pan; poach for 20 – 30 minutes depending on how done you prefer your fish. Transfer the halibut to a plate; cover with tin foil while you make the sauce.
     
    2) To the blender, add the chopped parsley, basil, garlic, capers, green olives, lime infused olive (from the pot), white wine, Sicilian lemon white balsamic, veggie broth, sea salt and a couple of shakes of hot sauce; blend till emulsified and transfer to a serving bowl or gravy dish.
     
    3) To plate: Place a halibut filet on a dinner plate, spoon sauce on top.
     
    4) Serve and enjoy!

     

    Nina’s Tasty Tip:

    Tuna, Swordfish, Wild Salmon and Mahi-Mahi are also great choices for this dish.

     

    Nutrition:

    411 Calories
    34 grams of Protein
    6 grams of Total Carbohydrates
    4 grams of Sugar
    1 gram of Fiber
    26 grams of Total Fat
    4 gram of Saturated Fat
    0 grams of Trans Fat
    64 mg of Cholesterol
    672 mg of Sodium
    245% RDA Vitamin K
    74% RDA Selenium
    70% RDA Niacin
    65% RDA Vitamin B6
    42% RDA Thiamin
    28% RDA Phosphorus
    28% RDA Sodium
    27% RDA Vitamin C
    24% RDA Vitamin A
    22% RDA Vitamin E
    21% RDA Magnesium
    21% RDA Potassium
    13% RDA Iron
    12% RDA Vitamin B12
    11% RDA Pantothenic Acid
    • Glycemic load: 2
     
     

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