What does Halibut flesh look like? A firm and flakey pure white flesh, Wonderfully Mild, and yet slightly sweet, the Alaskan Halibut is a favorite of seafood lovers worldwide! These mighty fish may grow in excess of 600 pounds and can tow a small fishing vessel. Combine their power with the cleanest water in the world, and you get a fillet so lean and tasty that we don't need to be told twice. The texture is exceptionally firm, and enjoyable when sauteed with lemon and fresh dill-or crowned with equal parts good mayonnaise and Parmesan, then baked to a golden brown. Great for Halibut baked, grilled, or pan fried.
You may have even unknowingly tasted our Alaskan Harvest Halibut in a few fine seafood restaurants! Our Alaskan Halibut is troll caught, fresh, wild, and nutritious. It is high in nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, and Omega 3, yet naturally lean and low in fat, calories, and sodium.