If you’ve put the grill away for the season, break out the sauté pan and try this recipe for roasted fish served with corn and fava bean salad.
Searching for a solid way to make fish a staple in your diet? Halibut, a meaty yet mild fish, is the perfect addition to your lineup of late-summer and early-fall dinner options. The halibut fishing season is coming to a close, which means it’ll be available fresh (and in better quality) in coming months.
But it doesn’t just taste good; halibut’s a nutrient-dense fuel, too. The white fish is loaded with B vitamins as well as omega-3 fats, which can reduce inflammation in the body, among other health benefits. If you’re in search of a new favorite late-summer dish, roast halibut with a flavor-packed mixture of spices, corn, fava beans, and finely chopped pancetta to enrich the sweet flavor of the fish.
Recipe excerpted from Mediterranean Cooking
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