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20 lb CASE - Alaska Halibut Fillet - Premium Portions

  • Premium fillet cuts (no tail pieces).
  • 20 lb cases contain 30 to 45 portions.
  • Volume Discount + FREE Shipping!

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$759.00 SALE: $683.10

Stock-up & save on America's favorite whitefish, with a case of wild-caught Alaska Halibut Premium Portions. These conveniently-sized portions are meal-sized, and are perfect for stocking your freezer. Our premium portion cuts include no tail pieces.

The lean, mild-flavored fillet is skinless & boneless. It's easy to prepare; simply thaw overnight, then use in your favorite recipes. These cases are great for large dinner gatherings, "fish 'n chips" feasts, or just stocking your freezer with delicious halibut from Alaska.

Also available:
- Alaska Halibut Premium Portions by the pound
- Alaska Halibut Tail Portions by the pound

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Name 20 lb CASE - Alaska Halibut Fillet - Premium Portions
Product Bullet 1 Premium fillet cuts (no tail pieces).
Product Bullet 2 20 lb cases contain 30 to 45 portions.
Product Bullet 3 Volume Discount + FREE Shipping!
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DPI Nutrition
Serving Size: 100 grams
Calories
140
Protein
26.6 g
Fat
2.9 g
Saturated Fat
0.4 g
Sodium
69 mg
Cholesterol
41 mg
Omega-3
0.5 g
DPI Freezing
Storing:
Vacuum-sealed halibut fillet portions can be stored in your freezer for several months.
Thawing:
Halibut fillets can be thawed under refrigeration about 12 hours before preparation. The vacuum-sealed packages can also be ran under cold water to speed this up considerably.
DPI Packaging
Packaging:
Our halibut fillets are frozen and individually vacuum-sealed in 7 to 12 oz. packages. They are boneless & skinless, and do not include any tail portions.
Serving Sizes:
An average serving size of halibut fillet would be one half pound. This would apply to both a fillet entree or other cooking methods such as battered halibut.
DPI Health
Halibut is good source of folic acid, niacin, potassium, selenium, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.

Regular consumption of halibut lowers cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, and is extremely beneficial in lowering homocysteine levels in the body. Halibut is also good for improving blood flow and distribution of nutrients to the entire body.
DPI Fishing Grounds
DPI Fishing Seasons
FISHING SEASON (Available Fresh)
AVAILABILITY (Frozen)
Alaska halibut is a large, almost annual fishery, making it available all year round. Fresh-frozen processing and glazing allows halibut to be kept frozen for long periods of time with insured quality and means of distribution.
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Nutritional Info
Serving Size: 100 grams
Calories
140
Protein
26.6 g
Fat
2.9 g
Saturated Fat
0.4 g
Sodium
69 mg
Cholesterol
41 mg
Omega-3
0.5 g
Freezing, Storing and Thawing
Storing:
Vacuum-sealed halibut fillet portions can be stored in your freezer for several months.
Thawing:
Halibut fillets can be thawed under refrigeration about 12 hours before preparation. The vacuum-sealed packages can also be ran under cold water to speed this up considerably.
Packaging & Portion Sizes
Packaging:
Our halibut fillets are frozen and individually vacuum-sealed in 7 to 12 oz. packages. They are boneless & skinless, and do not include any tail portions.
Serving Sizes:
An average serving size of halibut fillet would be one half pound. This would apply to both a fillet entree or other cooking methods such as battered halibut.

Health Benefits
Halibut is good source of folic acid, niacin, potassium, selenium, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.

Regular consumption of halibut lowers cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, and is extremely beneficial in lowering homocysteine levels in the body. Halibut is also good for improving blood flow and distribution of nutrients to the entire body.
Fishing Grounds
Fishing Seasons & Availability
FISHING SEASON (Available Fresh)
AVAILABILITY (Frozen)
Alaska halibut is a large, almost annual fishery, making it available all year round. Fresh-frozen processing and glazing allows halibut to be kept frozen for long periods of time with insured quality and means of distribution.
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20 lb CASE - Alaska Halibut Fillet - Premium Portions
Recipes

Featured Recipe: Alaska Halibut with Pancetta Salad

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 15 minutes | Servings: 4

Alaska Halibut with Pancetta Salad
Ingredients:
2 Bell Peppers, halved and seeded
3/4 cup Pancetta, cubed
2 Tbsp Olive oil
4 Alaska Halibut Fillets (4 to 6 oz. each)
5 to 6 oz. Baby Spinach
1/2 cup Red Onion, thinly sliced
1 cup Arugula or Watercress

Dressing:
1/3 cup extra virgin Olive Oil
3 Tbsp fresh Lemon Juice
1 tsp grated Lemon Zest
1 to 2 tsp whole grain or Dijon Mustard
2 tsp chopped fresh Thyme
Salt & Pepper, to taste

Directions:
Preheat broiler/oven to high. Arrange peppers on a rack, cut side down. Broil about 4 to 6 inches from the heat source until the skins begin to blacken and char. Place peppers in a large zip-top or paper bag; set aside.

Whisk dressing ingredients together to combine. Season with salt and pepper to taste; set aside.

Sauté the pancetta in a heavy nonstick skillet until brown and crispy. Drain pancetta on paper towel and wipe out pan.

Rinse any ice glaze from frozen Alaska Halibut under cold water; pat dry with paper towel. Heat skillet over medium-high heat. Brush both sides of halibut with oil. Place halibut in heated skillet and cook, uncovered, about 3 to 4 minutes, until browned. Shake pan occasionally to keep fish from sticking.

Turn halibut over and season with salt and pepper. Cover pan tightly and reduce heat to medium. Cook an additional 6 to 8 minutes for frozen halibut or 3 to 4 minutes for fresh/thawed fish. Cook just until fish is opaque throughout.

Portion spinach onto four dinner plates. Peel the peppers, then cut them into strips. Sprinkle onto the salads, along with the onion, pancetta, and arugula or watercress.

Serve the halibut with the salads, drizzling dressing over all.
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