Monday, April 5, 2010

Just for the Halibut

For as much as I love carbs (pasta, rice, repeat), my husband loves fish even more. He would eat fish for breakfast, lunch, and dinner if he could. Needless to say, we throw fish into the mix a few times a week if we can. Recently, Ryan found some gorgeous, fresh halibut fillets and a few other fun ingredients to come up with a lovely seafood dinner.


How beautiful is that?!? Here's the rundown...

Ryan rubbed the fillets with olive oil, salt & pepper, then pan-seared them and threw them in the oven to finish cooking. He topped them with a tart and spicy blood-orange salsa. The side dish? Tomatoes stuffed with a mix of crumbled sausage, creamy ricotta, and brown rice...then topped with provolone cheese and baked until gooey.

Am I a lucky girl or what?!? So yummy!

Happy Searching,  

4 comments:

  1. I know he can do fish. I am not really a fish lover and he did a yellow-fin tuna tartar that was not to be believed. He then did another dish with the same tuna (it was a large piece) which he grilled and made an incredible sandwich stacked with goodies and pulled together with one of his legendary sauces. He makes me want to eat things I never thought I would and...I really love them (brussel sprouts). You are a lucky girl! and he is a lucky guy, he couldn't ask for anyone that appreciates good food more than you. You two make an undeniable cooking couple.

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  2. I love the title. Ryan should be a cook!

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  3. PS - You got your list up! SWEET!

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  4. Hey Babe,

    I have wanted to post a comment on your great articles, but every time I read your latest, I get hungry and head for the kitchen!! The problem is, unless I have visitors from Austin in town, nothing in the frig measures up to the delights being conjured up in your kitchen!!

    You two are very gifted! So keep writing and I'll keep searching!!

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