Mouth-Watering Recipes With Alaska Seafood

Paleo Diet Cookbook

Eating healthyer can be overwhelming, but it does not need to be. The easiest thing you can do when it comes to improving your diet is nixing red meats that are bad for you and adding more seafood. After all, seafood is rich in healthy fats, like Omega-3s, and is also simple to prepare. But in a world of steaks and hamburgers, this sort of switch can be a little bit difficult. Here is one excellent recipe, all which makes use of the fresh and delicious Alaska Halibut, that is just as good for you as it is delicious for your whole family.

Alaska Halibut in Delectable Curry Sauce


1 pound Alaska Halibut
1 egg
6 cups puffed rice
2 tbsp olive oil
1/3 cup of cilantro, finely chopped
Juice of one large lemon
Salt and pepper
1 onion
2 garlic cloves
1 tbsp curry powder
1 tsp curry paste
1/2 can coconut milk
1 stalk lemongrass
1 piece of ginger, peeled and sliced


Chop the onion and the garlic until fine. Put into a medium-size pan with half of the olive oil and cook until combined. Then add the curry powder and the curry paste, sautéing for a minute. Afterwards, turn the heat down to a low heat and add the ginger with the rest of the olive oil, the half-can of coconut milk, and the lemongrass. Simmer for 20 minutes.

While your sauce is simmering, prepare the Alaska Halibut. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees, then cut the halibut into two portions and season with the salt and pepper to your liking. In a bowl, beat the egg, then set it away. Get another medium-size bowl, and place the puffed rice in it. Get another pan and sauté the remaining olive oil on a medium heat until warm, but not spitting.

Brush your halibut with the egg, using a pastry brush, and then dip into the puffed rice. Place the halibut in the olive oil, rice-side down, and sear on a medium heat, for about one and a half minutes. Finish cooking your halibut by placing it in a sauté pan and then putting it in the oven for nine minutes, or until the fish is golden.

When serving your Alaska Halibut, consider adding vegetables and rice to complete the meal. The most commonly-used vegetables are red peppers and scallions, with a dash of Edamame beans. Prepare them in the reminder of the sauce, on the stove, and simmer while the fish is finishing in the oven.

Source by Allie Moxley

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