Healthy Recipes for Halibut to Make You Happy

Halibut is not only tasty: it’s high in protein and impacts serotonin levels. The Satiety Index of Common Foods, published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, says it is one of the most filling foods. And, as it positively impacts serotonin, this is a meal you’ll literally be happy about eating!
 
All four of these recipes have no more than 10 grams of carbs, and the most calorific dish is 307 calories. Hopefully, this lets you integrate them into your daily life without needing to make many other changes to your diet.
 

Fresh Herbed Halibut

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We love this recipe for its ease, speed and tastiness. With six ingredients, the fish is a snap and so good! All you have to do is keep an eye on it while it’s in the broiler; times can vary, and leaving a pan for too long can leave you with charcoal instead of dinner! Each serving has 270 calories, 3.9 grams of carbs and almost 48 grams of protein! Get the recipe.
 

Halibut with Balsamic Cherry Tomatoes

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The balsamic vinegar and tomatoes give this fish both a slight sharpness and a sweet tang. The recipe is a little more intensive—it has two more ingredients and is cooked on the stovetop. But, it’s well worth the effort! A serving has 224 calories, five grams of carbs and 33 grams of protein. Get the recipe.
 

Walnut- and Dijon-Crusted Halibut

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This is a great recipe when you have guests coming over because it looks as good as it tastes! The walnuts in the crust not only add texture but also act as an extra protein boost and a bit of healthy fat. Each portion has 307 calories, seven grams of carbs and 35 grams of protein. Get the recipe.
 

Grilled Halibut

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This simply named recipe is also simple to make. What we really like about this is just how basic the technique is. If you’re having a busy night, this 15-minute meal is so fast and so yummy! The honey of the recipe increases the carbohydrate content, but we think it’s worth it. The dish has 193 calories, 10 grams of carbs and 21 grams of carbs. Get the recipe.
 
With all the health benefits of this ultra-lean fish, we hope you enjoy these recipes soon!
October 15, 2019
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