Halibut

Alaska Halibut is the world's premium whitefish. In the deep waters off the coast of Alaska, this species grows to an impressive size, with some halibut weighing well over 300 pounds.

Alaska Halibut has earned its well-deserved reputation as the world's premium whitefish and is a natural for a variety of signature dishes and attractive plate presentations.

  • Perceived as the "steak of seafood"
  • A flavorful, naturally lean and light fish.
  • Alaska Halibut's mild, slightly sweet flavor is a prime reason for its widespread popularity among consumers and chefs.
  • Known for its firm, flaky texture and delicate, succulent flavor.
  • Halibut maintains its shape and is suitable for all types of cooking methods and ethnic applications.


 100g Cooked Portion
Calories 
 Protein (g) Fat (g)
Saturated Fat (g)
Sodium (mg)
Cholesterol (mg)
Halibut 410  27 3 <0.05 70 70

 

Courtesy of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute & USDA National Nutrient Database

 

Recipes

Alaska Seafood marketing Institute
http://www.alaskaseafood.org/

Food Network
http://www.foodnetwork.com/

Alaska Information

Sitka Alaska Web cam
http://www.sitka.net/

Sustainability

Global Trust
www.gtcert.com/

Ecotrust
www.ecotrust.org/

Food Websites

Nourish Network
http://nourishnetwork.com/

Where Foodies Go
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