This marinated, grilled halibut is perfect for a summertime dinner. The marinade gives the halibut a wonderful aroma and flavor that you can intensify as much as you like with the addition of jalapeno pepper. The key with halibut is to cook it for only a few minutes per side. Any more than that, and the halibut will lose its juicy and tender consistency. You can also ensure easy grilling by asking for thicker steaks that will not break apart when handled.
Note: You could use this delicious marinade on any other white flaky fish, or to make fish tacos.
Grilled Halibut with Cilantro and Lime Recipes
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 1 1/2 teaspoons chile powder
- 1 1/2 teaspoons oregano dried
- 1/2 ground cumin
- 1/4 cup cilantro leaves lightly packed fresh, chopped, and more for garnish
- 1 jalapeno stemmed and chopped (optional)
- 4 halibut steaks or other flaky white fish such as mahi mahi
- 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt
- Juice of 1 lime and more lime cut into quarters
- Pour the olive oil into a small add the chile powder, oregano, cumin, chopped cilantro, jalapeno and the lime juice. Mix well. Place the fish filets in a shallow dish and coat well on both sides. Let the fish marinate for 20 minutes.
- Heat an outdoor or indoor grill (I use a grill over my stove).
- Grill the halibut steaks 3-4 minutes per side depending on thickness.
- You can check how cooked the steaks are by lightly pressing down on the top of the fish. When you feel it is starting to get firm, you can remove from the grill.
- Garnish with cilantro leaves, lime quarters, and serve with Mexican crema, and fresh salsa.
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Other ways to making Grilled Halibut
To make this tasty, low-carb main dish, simply grill halibut filets and serve with steamed or roasted vegetables. Then, combine cilantro with lime juice, deseeded jalapenos, honey, Dijon mustard, and olive oil and let sit for about two to three minutes before removing from the grill. Then, top with lemon juice and fresh chives, sprinkle with salt, and serve.
You can cook halibut filets in two ways. You can bake them or pan-sear them, but whichever method you choose, you’ll get the same great results. First, season the fillets with salt and pepper. Then, grill them for 15 to 17 minutes or until they flake easily. For more flavorful and healthy halibut, serve it over quinoa or rice.
When it’s time to grill your halibut, remember that the cooking time will vary depending on the fillets. You should check the internal temperature of the halibut with a food thermometer to be sure it’s done. If it’s firm to the touch, it’s cooked. If it’s soft, it needs more time to cook. To make the sauce, mix cilantro, garlic, deseeded jalapenos, and salt. Then, add honey, lime juice, and Dijon mustard. Then, blend the mixture together.
To prepare this dish, you’ll need to season the fish with a zesty lime and cilantro sauce. Then, grill it until it reaches the desired internal temperature. For halibut, a firm-tissue texture will indicate that it’s cooked. To prepare the sauce, first combine cilantro, deseeded jalapenos, garlic, and honey with lime juice. You’ll need to use a large pan.
Once you’ve prepared the grilling ingredients, prepare the halibut. Place the halibut on the grate and season it with salt and pepper. The halibut should be cooked through and flake easily when pierced with a fork. Afterwards, you can serve it with roasted vegetables or salad. To serve, add the sauce over the quinoa.
To grill halibut, prepare the garlic, cilantro, and lime juice. After the fish is prepared, season it with salt and pepper. Then, put the halibut on a baking tray and bake it for 15 to 17 minutes. The halibut should be firm to the touch and flake easily. If it is still soft to the touch, it’s overcooked. If it is too soft, you need to cook it longer.
To prepare Grilled Halibut with Cilantros and Lime, combine the chopped cilantro and garlic with the deseeded jalapenos, garlic, and salt. Then, add the lime juice, honey, and olive oil. After the fish is done, place the halibut on the grill to cook until it is flaky and tender. While grilling, the halibut should be flaky and opaque.
Once grilled, the fish is prepared for grilling. The halibut should be cooked to 130 degrees. The fish should be firm to the touch. If the fillet is soft to the touch, it’s overcooked. If it is soft to the touch, it’s ready. Alternatively, the fish can be baked. It should be coated with a sauce and double-wrapped in banana leaves. The outer leaves can char while the inner ones keep it moist.
Before grilling, season the fish with lime wedges. Heat the halibut fillets over medium heat for 5 minutes. Once cooked, flake it with a fork. Meanwhile, warm the butter and garlic in a small saucepan over medium heat. Stir in the cilantro. Remove the fish from the grill. Once cooked, serve with a grilled lime butter sauce.
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