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This Sport Fishing video from Dan Hernandez shows you how to make Barbecued Halibut.
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How to Make Barbecued Halibut
Dan Hernandez: Standing next to me is Ron. He’s the head chef here at Canadian Princess wrapping Canada having a great time fishing and today Ron we’re catching Halibut. And you do a Halibut dish for us?
Ron: I’ll do a Halibut dish for you, simple, easy and tasty.
Dan Hernandez: Good, well thanks for having us.
Ron: Thank you.
Dan Hernandez: So this is garlic butter?
Ron: This is garlic butter. This is garlic and I just scrape up butter and I’ll be putting just a little bit of black pepper and of course seasoning salt. Instead of a kosher salt on and give a little bit of flavor that way.
Dan Hernandez: And this is a dish people can do at home on their barbeques, on the back of their boats. Just a real simple dish to do?
Ron: A real simple dish and like I was saying there’s so little preparation you know its like you can catch the fish that afternoon and then put it on the barbeque on the evening and have really fresh fish you know kind of like over the fire type of thing.
Dan Hernandez: And how long will this fish take to cook?
Ron: Probably all of this fish are about five minutes. It doesn’t take very long depending—of course it’s depending on the thickness of the fish but most of the—this is probably a six ounce piece. So you could get a larger piece and they take you know 10 minutes rather than the five minutes but one thing that I always learn is not to overcook the fish because right away you got somebody saying “oh this is dry fish” and you’ve lost all the things that you’re trying to achieve having a nice fish dinner.
Dan Hernandez: That’s a non stick spray really comes in handy.
Ron: Yeah! See it’s done a nice job on it. It’s got really nice marking on it. This is rather—it’s actually rather better than the grill down stairs. It stays hotter we’re using propane up here. We only have electricity downstairs. So after 4 or 5 minutes, it’s a thinner piece of halibut it’s done you know. Its ready to come up and let’s just give it a little bit more of the garlic butter on top.
Dan Hernandez: Got to smell that.
Ron: So as easy as it gets like a fish fried.
Dan Hernandez: There you go. This is a really healthy dish, just a little piece of fish.
Ron: Low fat.
Dan Hernandez: Oh it’s wonderful. While running I got to tie this out.
Ron: Yeah it done right.
Dan Hernandez: Looks delicious.
Ron: It’s scrambling, there’s a lot of moisture in there.
Dan Hernandez: That is delicious. Thanks a lot.
Ron: Thank you very much.
Dan Hernandez: We’re down here at the Canadian Princess Resort. A beautiful place down in Canada, great place to come fishing, great food and I really recommend to come down here and try it. Well let’s get back on the water and show you more exciting action right here on sport fishing.