Blackened Halibut becomes crisp and blackened when the seasonings used to coat it become charred in a hot skillet. It’s a delicious way of preparing fish – the inside is tender and flaky while the outside is crusty and intensely seasoned. Traditional recipes for blackened halibut and other fish call for lots of butter, but I use a modest amount of olive oil and the result is delightful.
Perhaps you are a master at pan searing a piece of fish, and maybe you are not. This recipe is quite easy no matter your skill level. With the help of some sizzling oil on a hot pan, you can achieve a perfect crust on any fish. CONTINUE