Pan roasting is unquestionably my favorite way of cooking fish. This pan-seared halibut recipe gives the fish a nice crispy sear flavor on the outside while leaving the inside nice and flakey. Halibut is always a great choice for a light, fresh, summertime meal. I’m sure you will enjoy it, as all of our dinner guests always do. So, are you curious about what halibut fish taste like?
What is Halibut Fish, What Does it Taste Like?
Halibut is a flatfish in the right-eyed flounder’s family; it’s a firm, white fish with a mild flavor, an excellent option for anybody that generally don’t eat fish but want to add to their diet. Halibut live and feed on the ocean’s bottom, considered an eating fish and a sport fish.
How to Make Gordon Ramsay Pan Roasted Halibut
Step by step guide on how to cook Pan Roasted Halibut with lemon herb Beurre-Blanc. Now gather your equipment, and let’s start cooking.
My favorite pan to sear Halibut is a Non-Stick Fry Pan from All-Clad, Non-Stick Pan available at Amazon. Great for cooking at higher heat with oils to develop foods with full, rich flavor, color, and crisp texture.
Step 1. Preheat a non-stick pan on medium-high heat with olive oil. Season salt and pepper halibut. Sear until Halibut gets golden brown, approximately 4-5 minutes on each side.
Step 2. Basted in butter and thyme until crispy brown, Then take off the heat.
Make Tartar Style Mashed Potato
Step 1. Fold ingredients into mashed potatoes, Season to taste.
Make Lemon Beurre Blanc
Step 1. In a small saucepan on medium to low heat, mix the lemon juice, vermouth or white wine, and shallot. Bring to a slow boil and then turn to low heat.
Step 2. Remove the pan from heat and, using a whisk, beat in 1 stick of butter and then another stick. Once the reduction is tempered with the first 2 pieces of cold butter. Place back on low heat, whisk in remaining butter, one stick at a time, making sure the sauce emulsifies and doesn’t break-down.
Step 3. Take off heat, mix in salt and pepper to taste, and fold in chives as garnish.