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Baked Halibut With An Asian Twist

seafood company baked premium halibut fillet recipe
My son has been bugging me to cook him a Halibut meal ever since he spotted it in some cooking shows some time ago. The first time Jonathan tried Halibut was during one of our fine dining outings; can’t exactly recall where, but he liked it a lot.
seafood company premium halibut fillet recipe
Spotted some frozen premium #Halibut fillets at the Cold Storage supermart & decided to make one for him.

seafood company premium halibut fillet recipes
The description says Halibut has high fat content & an important source of Omega-3 fatty acid. The meat is moist & flaky when cooked & is white in colour.........

seafood company baked premium halibut recipe
Like most teenagers, Jon prefers western cuisine. So I put on my “Chef’s Hat” & played along, whipping up half of the frozen Halibut for my dear boy, but with an Asian twist.

Ingredients:
150g Halibut
50g Shimeji Mushrooms
1 slice of Thai Lime
1 Chilli Padi (Bird’s eye chilli)
1 sprig of fresh Parsley
Pinch of Parsley flakes
Pinch of Blackpepper
½ tsp Salt
½ tsp Garlic
½ tsp Ginger Paste
Dash of White wine
Dash of Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
1 tsp Butter

Method:
  1. Preheat oven to 250°C, depending on your oven temperature.
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  3. Marinate fish with salt, pepper, garlic, ginger & parsley flakes for about 30 mins.
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  5. Cut parchment into half & grease paper with butter leaving the sides untouched. Line tray with paper. Mix mushrooms & parsley leaves with butter & place onto paper.
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  7. Place fish on top. Add sliced chilli, lime, more parsley.
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  9. Drizzle wine & olive oil, & wrap it up neatly.
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  11. Bake for about 10 mins & remove to check. Stick a toothpick & if it goes through easily, fish is cooked. Enjoy your aromatic Baked Halibut With An Asian Twist! Start shopping & #cookforfamily now!

40 comments:

  1. Oh, this looks marvelous, Shirley! I'd love to make your dish for my family...I'm sure your son loved it :)

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    1. Liz, thks dear! I'm glad u like it as much :)

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  2. awesome, must be real good, love the shimeiji mushrooms :)

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    1. Ken, it's a great combination in both texture & smell!

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  3. Beautiful job! That halibut looks incredible :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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    1. Eric, I'm in seventh heaven with compliments coming from a Chef! Thks, dear!

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  4. baked halibut... it looks really delicious. Although I'm not a fan of fish but I would like to try a bite on this! :)

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    1. Henry, I don't like fish too; just cooking for my 2 men. Heehee!

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  5. Nice job with the halibut. My wife and I have done this baked method for fish using aluminum foil and it worked fairly good as well :)

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    1. Jerry, thks for your lovely comments! I'm delighted having u here & hope to see more of u :)

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  6. hmmm interesting . Never thought of doing it like this...

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    1. Kathy, it's quite simple & so healthy.

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  7. Looks delicious, Shirley! You're such a great mom.

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    1. Trishie, thks dear! Well, I try to be :)

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  8. Looks very fresh and delish! I just had some hilibut, but pan seared with butter. O Gosh...I am going to make it again for the dinner tomorrow.

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    1. Angie, pan seared with butter sounds good too! Enjoy....

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  9. Good idea to cook halibut this style! Usually use that fish for deep frying - the fish and chips style only. This recipe would save so much trouble and it's healthier too.

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    1. DS, cool! As with a lot of restaurants, I usually use dory to make my fish & chips as it's more economical. Mmmmm..... Halibut sounds like a great idea too :)

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  10. Wow, another masterpiece ! Awesome dish, I like fish cooked by baking like this a lot.
    Please correct the typo..if it goes through easily fish is 'cooked'...

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    1. Rajiv, thks so much especially in pointing out the typo! Added the "ed" :)

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  11. Hi Shirley, happy to share my Very Inspiring Blogger Award with you & a few others. Please collect it from my blog (check out my blog for rules) & you select a few fellow bloggers to pass on the award too...:) Happy Blogging!!

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    1. Karin, thks for having me in mind! Will chk it out soon :)

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  12. Hi Shirley,
    Sorry for not drooping by for a while :D

    Oh!! Your baked Halibut looks delicious!
    My kids are a big fan of fish. They love fish pan fried or steamed. Never tried baking for them. I will try your recipe but I think it is quite hard for me to looks for Halibut here. Can I try with other fish?
    Another interesting ingredients you use is the shimeji mushroom. I love mushroom and I bet they paired wonderfully!
    Can you please share your this wonderful recipe with Little Thumbs Up event here http://mycookinggallery.blogspot.com/2013/05/braised-pork-belly-with-dried-shiitake.html?m=1
    Our theme for this month is 'mushroom'.

    Have a wonderful week ahead : )
    mui

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    1. MM, thks dear! You can substitute with other types of fillet like dory or cod. The Shimeji mushrooms & fish was a good pairing. Thks for the heads-up! Will chk it out when I've time :)

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  13. hi!! stumble upon your blog through yuhjuin's blog!! you have a really nice blog! and all the food post make me drool! my mum would love to view your blog because she loves cooking too!!
    i've followed you blog! i'm glad i found it!

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    1. Ann, thks so much for your kind words & it's really nice having u here! Hope to see more of u & do watch out for giveaways :)

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  14. Hi Shirley! Nice to read a recipe post from you again! I'm sure your boy loves this dish prepared with so much love by Mummy?!

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    1. Alvin, I hardly have time to cook these days but I'll try to. Thks for coming by!

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  15. So nice how you prepared this halibut...love the Asian twist...healthy and very tasty.
    Hope you are having a great week Shirley :)

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    1. Juliana, thks & u have a good week too!

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  16. Halibut is delicious but it has more than doubled in price in recent years and is not as easily available any more. I used to steam it Chinese style as the flesh is so sweet and tasty. Your baked version sounds delicious too! Hope you had a lovely Mother's Day.

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    1. Biren, we're getting more varieties of frozen fish here in S'pore. Those days was just Dory. So it's really convenient if we can't find a wet mkt. Happy belated Mother's Day to u too, dear!

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  17. Hi Shirley, sorry I miss so many of your posting. So today will be like traveling from Woodland to Marina Bay. LOL

    Amazing dish, look very delectable. You sure got black belt in cooking with the extra ingredient call 'love'. I'm sure your son enjoyed till the last piece on the plate?

    Have a nice day.

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    1. Amelia, u're real cute! Lol! And u've black belt in baking?? Hahaha!

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  18. WOW! Looks good. and the best thing is that its easy to prepare. Just prepare the ingredients and wrapped them all up!

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    1. FC, that's the whole idea! This is really simple to prepare :)

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  19. Looks and sounds very tasty! I'm a huge fan of white fishes and I love seabass steamed with a thai style lime sauce!

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    1. Sharlynn, cool! That sounds like a yummy dish too!

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