AlpenView's Favorite Halibut Recipes

2 pounds halibut
1 cup flour
1/3 cup parmesan cheese
1 large can Contadina tomato sauce
2 eggs
1/2 cup milk
mozarella cheese

Cut halibut into serving size pieces, about 1" thick. Mix flour and parmesan cheese together in a gallon size baggie. Mix eggs and milk in a bowl. Dip halibut pieces in egg mixture and place in baggie. Fry pieces in butter until golden brown. Place pieces in a greased baking dish. Cover with tomato sauce and mozarella cheese. Bake in oven at 350 degrees until cheese is melted.

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Halibut Olympia
Submitted by AlpenView's Kitchen
1. Two pounds halibut fillets cut into serving size pieces about one inch thick.
2. 3/4 cup chopped green onions.
3. One cup sour cream.
4. One cup mayonnaise.
5. 3/4 cup grated parmesan cheese.
1. Sprinkle half of the green onions on the bottom of a baking dish large enough to hold the fish in a single layer.
2. Pat fish dry then place fish on top of the green onions.
3. Sprinkle the other half of the green onions on top of fish.
4. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
5. Mix together sour cream, mayonnaise, and parmesan cheese. Spread mixture on top the halibut and onions covering completely.
6. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 - 20 minutes or until flaky.

Halibut Ceviche
Submitted by AlpenView's Kitchen

1. 3 cups finely chopped (1/4" pieces) uncooked halibut
2. lemon juice
3. lime juice
4. 1 finely chopped red bell pepper
5. 1 finely chopped yellow bell pepper
6. 1/2 finely chopped purple onion
7. 3 chopped and seeded roma tomatoes
8. 1 chopped and seeded jalapeno pepper
9. 1 bunch cilantro
10. salt
11. pepper
12. Tabasco sauce
1. Cut halibut into small pieces and place in glass bowl.
2. Pour in equal amounts of lemon and lime juice to cover fish.
3. Cover and let soak in fridge overnight.
4. Remove and drain liquid.
5. Add the rest of the ingredients, squeeze fresh lemon juice over mixture and mix well.
6. Salt and pepper to taste.
7. Serve with saltine crackers and Tabasco sauce.

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 Try substituting halibut in these recipes:
1. Bob Morrissey's Favorite Rock Fish Recipe

2. Seafood Fettucine


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