Herb-Infused Halibut

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20 MIN
2 SERVING
Medium

PROTEIN

145 g

CARBS

10 g

CALORIES

1025 kcal

cholesterol

154 mg

FAT

25 g

SUGAR

0 g

Ingredients

Serving

fresh rosemary

3 sprig

clove garlic

3 cloves

olives

1/4 cup

pink Himalayan salt

5 g

ground black pepper

5 g

halibut ( Alaskan wild-caught halibut )

2 fillet

coconut oil ( or oil of choice )

2 tbsp

Herb-Infused Halibut

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Instructions

Step 1

Heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

Heat cast iron or desired ovenproof skillet to medium heat, covering pan with oil.

Step 3

After about 5 minutes, add 3 fresh rosemary sprigs and peeled garlic cloves. Cook for 3 minutes.

Step 4

Add olives and salt and pepper to taste, cooking for another 5 minutes.

Step 5

Add halibut and cover. Set a timer for 5 minutes.

Step 6

Flip after 5 minutes and put the entire pan in the oven with no lid for 3 minutes.

Step 7

Take out of the oven and let sit with the lid on for another 2 minutes.

Step 8

Remove lid and serve, adding rosemary and olives to garnish. Enjoy!

Our bodies appreciate variety in the kitchen as well as in the gym. If I don’t spice things up, my meals get stale and stop providing the best of what I need to fuel my body and workouts.

Many times I only have a few ingredients on hand but lots of spices. A while back, I began to wonder how food would taste with fewer ingredients and more spice. Spices are such a huge part of my paleo lifestyle, as well as my Italian culture. Little did I know I would discover a technique that delivers an amazing flavor impact, as well a lot more fun in the kitchen.

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