Halibut is a mild, somewhat sweet fish with a firm and flaky texture. It is available frozen year-round, with fresh being abundant between mid-March and September. Most halibut is harvested from Alaskan waters. It is sold mainly in boneless fillet or steaks.
Tomato, Basil and Garlic Halibut
So easy and so delicious. All you need is one skillet and 20 minutes. Mild, flaky halibut is topped with a light tomato, basil and garlic sauce for a quick weeknight dinner with an Italian flair. Pair it with asparagus and whole-wheat bread for a balanced meal.