Bbq Halibut Recipes

I love tacos! Any kind of tacos really. Just put a taco in front of me and I will probably eat it, and receive pleasure from each bite. But alas, I am attempting hard to keep my calorie count in check, so if I am going to indulge in my favored feed I will need to include something in truth healthy… like fish.

Fish tacos may be utterly delicious, in particular when they are battered and fried. However, for the sake of all things good health, I have devised a great deal of dissimilar ways to take delight in grilled fish tacos. Halibut is a true Northwest bestloved when it comes to fish. And it makes a extremely pleasing fish taco to boot. Mix it up with a lot of tropical fruits and fresh slaw and you have one fantastic taco!

These fish tacos are simple, fresh and so delicious I am betting you will make these once a week. If pineapple is not your bestloved tropical fruit feel free to substitute with mango or papaya. These fruits beautifully compliment halibut and will make a lovely and flavorful substitution.

Get ready to fiesta with these delicious grilled halibut tacos and pineapple slaw! Keep dinner simple…Enjoy the flavors of life!

Serves 4


1-1/2 lb fresh Pacific Northwest Halibut (you may substitute with any firm and flaky white fish like Mahi Mahi, Ono or Cod)

Olive oil

Fresh lime juice (about 2 medium limes)

Salt and pepper


Chili powder (or chipotle chili powder)

Ground coriander (optional)

1 package cole slaw mix (no dressing)

1 cup chopped fresh pineapple

1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro

1 tablespoon honey

Mexican Cheese (cotija, ranchero, or pepper jack)

Your favored salsa (I love the green tomatillo salsa with fish tacos)

Fresh sliced avocados

Sour Cream (optional)

Corn tortillas (steamed)

Mexican Rice as a side


In a huge bowl mix together a few tablespoons lime juice, honey, and a drizzle of olive oil to make a light vinaigrette. Season with a pinch of salt and pepper. Toss with the cole slaw, and cilantro. Fold in the chopped pineapple and set aside. For a creamy slaw, add a few tablespoons sour cream.

Pre-heat the grill to 400F. Season the halibut with lime juice, olive oil, salt, pepper, cumin, chili powder, and coriander. Grill the fish until desired doneness, or if you’d like to oven roast, pop the fish in a preheated 350F oven and roast for in regards to 10 minutes or until fish is opaque and flaky.

Steam the corn tortillas in a steamer, rice cooker, or microwave steamer. If you like your tortillas a little crispy, lightly pan fry in corn oil and drain on paper towels. Layer two corn tortillas and fill with fish and top with cheese and pineapple slaw. Place on a platter and serve with your bestloved condiments! Enjoy

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