I love halibut - it really is one of my favorite fish - it's so meaty - the bone is easy to avoid and it's just delicious.
Halibut is a relatively expensive fish but you could substitute any white fish fillets or steaks in this recipe.
The marinade is what makes it tasty.
Halibut in White Wine Marinade
6 halibut steaks - trimmed and bone removed
1 tbspn olive oil
2 leeks - finely shredded
1 tspn honey
1 tbspn capers
2 tbspn dry white wine
2 tbspn white wine vinegar
2 tbspn olive oil
fresh black pepper
Put the steaks into a shallow dish, whisk the marinade ingredients together and pour over the steaks. Cover and leave overnight in the fridge.
Heat the oil in a pan, add the leeks and 'sweat' until soft.
Heat the grill to medium and line the pan with foil or use a baking sheet - you will want to collect the juices.
Drain the halibut steaks and grill 4 minutes or so either side.
Pour the marinade into the leeks, add the honey and capers and bring to the boil.
Remove the halibut to warmed plates, pour the juices into the leek sauce, stir to incorporate and simmer until thick.
Spoon the sauce over the halibut to serve and sprinkle over the chopped dill.
I would serve this with buttered vegetables and crushed new potatoes.
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By Liz Alderson, Mar 30, 2016
This Halibut in White Wine recipe is so meaty - the bone is easy to avoid and it's just delicious.
Prep Time: 1440 minutes
Cook time: 4 minutes
Main Ingredient: halibut steaks, white wine