Pan-Seared Wild Caught Halibut & Spicy Peach Salsa

I’m obsessed with this spicy peach salsa! I’ve been putting it on just about everything, including this delicious pan-seared wild caught halibut. Not only is it fresh, delicious and the perfect go-to healthy diner option, but it’s the perfect pairing. Time to get to cooking! Hope you love this summer recipe as much as we do!

What You'll Need:

For the fish:

+ 4 wild caught halibut fillets

+ 5 tbsp. Butter

+ 1 tbsp. Paprika

+ 1 tsp. Oregano

+ 2 tsp. Onion powder

+ 2 tsp. Garlic powder

+ ¼ tsp. Crushed red pepper flakes

+ ½ tsp. Chipotle

+ Salt & pepper to taste

For the salsa:

+ 2 cups organic peaches, diced

+ ½ cup red onion, diced

+ 1 cup mini cucumber, diced

+ ¼ cup lime juice

+ 1 jalapeño, blended

+ 1 serrano, blended

+ 1 Fresno chile, finely diced

+ 2 tbsp. Fresh cilantro, chopped

+ 1 tbsp. Honey

+ Pinch of cumin


For the salsa:

1. Cut off stems of the jalapeño and serrano peppers and roughly chop. Add them into a blender with the lime juice and blend until smooth.

2. Strain with a sieve into a mixing bowl and add all prepped ingredients.

3. Stir to combine and enjoy on the top of fish and/or with chips!

For the fish:

1. In a skillet over medium to medium high heat, melt butter and place filets into the pan skin side down.

2. Sear for approximately 4 minutes then flip. Sear for approximately 3-4 minutes on the other side until the fish becomes translucent (or until the internal temperature reaches 130-135 degrees). Remove and let rest.

3. Serve and top with delicious peach salsa and enjoy!

I quickly air fried the asparagus with salt, pepper, and extra virgin olive oil and served everything over cilantro lime rice.

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