Thursday, June 16, 2011

Eating Healthy Never Tasted So Good

Halibut and Sweet Peppers a delightful meal combination. Fresh Halibut full of protein and a great source of  omega-3 fatty acids pan seared with Olive Oil and drizzled with fresh lemon juice for the finishing touch fresh dill. A medley of sweet peppers (green, orange, red, and yellow) an excellent source of Vitamin C and A along with Vidalla onions roasted to well, a sweet perfection. The technique was very simple. The peppers and onions were sliced, tossed with Olive Oil, seasoned with Kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper, and roasted just until tender yet firm. To add more green to the plate and up the nutrient content of the meal, roasted broccoli rounded out this fresh, simple meal.

Choose peppers with deep vivid colors and free of soft spots.

Halibut should be bought from a store that has a good reputation for fresh fish.
Smell is a good indicator of freshness.
For more information on choosing enviromentally friendly fish, check out this slideshow:

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