Alaska halibut gently poached in coconut milk and spices topped with a bright mango salsa, all over warm jasmine rice - this makes for an out-of-this-world flavorful dish! You can even cook this recipe with frozen halibut for a really quick weeknight meal.
It fills me with so much pride to see our seafood showcased so spectacularly and honored in such an important family and cultural tradition. The Feast of the Seven Fishes is an Italian Christmas Eve tradition of preparing a seven-course seafood meal.
This recipe looks and tastes gourmet, but comes together quick an easy enough for a weeknight dinner. The mushrooms and leeks bring a complex flavor that is wonderfully balanced with the delicate Halibut without overpowering it.
This recipe was created by Poppy to utilize the fresh produce found at the Farmer's Markets in the spring. She used nettles because they were in season, but you could easily substitute the nettle for basil if you like. She even included the names of the local farms the ingredients were sourced from.
Fun to create and fun to eat! Include the whole family and everyone can make their own custom meal. The parchment pouch seals in the flavor and moistness for a perfectly delicious meal every time. Plus, opening the cute little packets is like christmas morning at dinner time! Step by step photos included.