Recipe: Hazelnut Crusted Cedar Plank Halibut
Easy Like a Sunday Morning, that’s how the recipes in my “Easy” category will be. Nothing rushed or frantic, nothing with a long list of ingredients. Something that is so easy, you don’t really need a recipe. Something that almost cooks itself or requires no cooking at all.
Hazelnut Crusted Cedar Plank Halibut, now doesn’t that sound fancy? I love planked and crusted fish, especially halibut, with salmon taking a close second.
If we are eating out at a restaurant that has planked and crusted fish on its menu, I cannot resist. That is most assuredly what I will order. After confirming the crusted topping is gluten free of course.
I think plank grilling is one of the best ways to cook fish and it is surprisingly simple. The results are always incredibly moist and delicious.
Not sure where to buy Cedar Grill Planks? I get mine at Costco but because it’s a seasonal item, I have to keep on my toes and get them in the Spring before they sell out. I’ve also seen them in major Department Stores and specialty Kitchen Shops, or you can order them from Amazon.com.
If the planks are larger than you need, you can cut them down to size, which will leave you with extra pieces for more plank grilling
The package of planks I get from Costco, I think come with about 8-10 planks that are 14×7 inches. I get Mr Fox to cut some of them in half, some in thirds and leave a couple of whole ones for when we have company and wish to BBQ a whole fish. There are more than enough planks in that package to last me all season. The plank you see pictured here, is of a plank that was cut in half.
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