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Monday, August 13, 2012

Halibut in Cedar Grilling Papers


Fresh halibut from Alaska was delivered to our house
by our friend Wally who had just gone on a fishing 
trip there.  I had purchased these cedar papers a while
ago and decided the halibut was the perfect way to 
give them a try.


The cedar is cut so thin that after 10 minutes of soaking you can
easily wrap it around a narrow piece of fish and then tie it off
with the enclosed string.  I decided to top mine with olive oil,
lemon pepper, red onion and cilantro.


The smell of the smoking wood was incredible and they 
didn't catch on fire like my planks have done, they just
smoked.  We cooked them about 5 - 7 minutes on each
side depending on the size of the filet.


It definitely made some of the most moist halibut I have ever tried.


We served them in fish tacos.  I am definitely returning to the
grocery store to get some more of these.
They can be found in the grilling departments of some
grocery stores, Home Depot and online.
They also suggest soaking your papers in juice for
added flavor.  We just used water.

26 comments:

Celestial Charms said...

Yummy looking, especially those fresh veggies to go with the fish.
Maureen

Shug said...

I am a huge fan of fish tacos...great photos of some delicious looking food!
shug

Sarah said...

Will look for these. We often cook fish, so would like to try this. Thanks! ~ Sarah

Linda said...

Looks so delicious. Fresh Halibut...Yumm! I am going to get some of these. Thank you for sharing and giving us the links.

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Jacqueline, this looks deliciious! I really need to find those!

Joy Tilton said...

I was on the search for cedar planks when I see you posting these!! They may be hard to find locally, but I can find them online anyway. Thanks so much for heads up on these. Wondering... if I soaked in smoke seasoning and water/juice...

Designs By Pinky said...

Oh how I WISH Joe liked fish! I would eat it every day, especially in the summer!!!! These look SO good. XO, Pinky

Bonnie said...

What a great idea. Local source? Your fish looks beautiful.

A Hint of Home said...

How interesting! Looks wonderful. We love fish at our house!

@somerskys said...

Wonderful recipe thanks for the link for the cedar paper!! ALSO want to buy engineered wood like u have on ur houseboat, will u please send me the name of the people who made ur engineered wood planks? thanks so much :')

La Table De Nana said...

I love the papers for presentation too:)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

The papers sound great and how fun your friend shared his catch! Always love to read folks reviews of products they try:@)

Bonnie said...

Jacqueline, This looks delicious. I must purchase some grilling papers soon and try this. Makes my mouth water. Wish I had fresh halibut from Alaska too! There is nothing better than fresh caught.

Hope you are having a great week.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Oh does this look good! Halibut is one of my favorites..
Thanks so much for sharing this.
Penny

lulumusing said...

Blog world time has been limited lately, and I have missed you who are my favorites. Halibut is my very favorite fish, and we are lucky to get it fresh from the water when we are in Maine. Your recipe is one to add to my list of ways to prepare it.

Lavender Cottage said...

I've seen these wraps but so far we only use the cedar planks. I'll have to look for them now.
Judith

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Fantastic! Thank you Jacqueline for sharing - this will make a different, interesting dinner! Looks amazing!
Kathy

Pondside said...

What a great tip! I'll have to see if we can get them up here - if not, then on my next trip south of the border. I am always a bit nervous about the planks - the papers sound marvelous.

kitty said...

I've only used the cedar planks! These look sooo easy and I know they would add a great flavor. Thanks for sharing this new idea.

Magnolia Blues said...

Wow, that looks awesome. I always enjoy stopping by your blog because you have the most amazing recipes.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

I've never seen those papers before! I will be looking for them now :) Your halibut looks delicious.

A Little Cuppa Tea said...

Love this trick! Can't wait to try it!

Frieda said...

Bonjour Jacqueline
Original way this cuisson of fresh fish. It is delicious and so tentant to try this receipt
Thank's for sharing
Frieda

Sally@Enlightenment for the Sleepy said...

Oh they look gorgeous! I do hope you write a cookery book someday. Please tell me if/when you do, I'll be first in line. I love your delicious blog, Sally xx

Gypsy Heart said...

What a great idea! I'm going to search for those grilling papers ~ my SIL is a champion griller. In fact, he just won a local contest. :)

xo
Pat

Mary said...

I've seen those papers but haven't tried them. I can only imagine how delicious your fresh halibut was, a perfect little packet of wood-smoked fresh!

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