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Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut

Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Crusted Halibut is easy to make and feeds six. All you need are egg yolks, salt, pepper, potato flakes, thyme, halibut, olive oil, and lemon juice. Finished off with a sprinkle of parsley or chives, this dish is both easy to make and looks good. It’s golden brown beauty.

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💗 Why You’ll Love This Potato Crusted Halibut:

  • Textural Symphony: Experience the sheer pleasure of biting into a symphony of textures as the crispy potato crust complements the succulent halibut fillets.
  • Flavorful Expertise: Immerse yourself in a world of flavors meticulously crafted by Gordon Ramsay’s seasoned expertise, ensuring a perfect balance in every mouthful.
  • Visual Elegance: Feast your eyes on the visually stunning golden-brown crust, a testament to the culinary finesse applied to every inch of this dish.
  • Zesty Elevation: Elevate your taste experience with a zesty kick, as fresh lemon juice is expertly introduced to enhance the flavors without compromising the delightful crunch.

❓ What Is Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut Recipe?

Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Crusted Halibut is made with battered Halibut fillets that are covered in a layer of crispy potatoes and seasoned with thyme, salt, pepper, and egg whites. Saute’d in olive oil until golden, then finished with a sour lemon squeeze, showing off Ramsay’s cooking skill.

Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut
Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut

🥔 Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut Ingredients:

  • 2 egg yolks
  • salt
  • Pepper
  • 1 c. all-natural dehydrated potato flakes
  • Pinch of fresh thyme leaves
  • 6 halibut fillets
  • 6 tbsp. pure olive oil
  • Juice of half a lemon

🍲 How To Make Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut:

  1. To make the egg wash, cream together egg whites with a little salt and pepper in a small pan.
  2. To cover the steaks, spread potato flakes and thyme leaves out on a plate or small pan.
  3. Only season one side of the steaks with salt and pepper.
  4. Put the seasoned side of the steaks into the egg wash and make sure it doesn’t drip. Then, press the steaks into the seasoned potato flakes all over.
  5. Put the crust side down in a big frying pan that has been greased with olive oil.
  6. Without preheating, raise the heat to medium-high and cook for about three minutes, or until the crust goes golden brown.
  7. Put some seasoning on the fish, then flip it over and cook for one minute.
  8. Take the pan off the heat but leave the pieces in it for one more minute.
  9. Use lemon juice to clear out the pan, but be careful not to squeeze it right on the fish.
  10. For a nice look, sprinkle chopped fresh parsley or chives over the fish.

💭 Recipe Tips:

  • A pinch of salt and pepper should be added to the egg wash to make it taste great.
  • You could let the thyme leaves soak into the potato flakes for a few minutes before covering the fillets to make the flavor better.
  • To keep the flavors equal, season only one side of the halibut fillets.
  • Be careful not to let any egg wash drip onto the fillets as you dip them in it, so the covering is even and crisp.
Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut
Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut

🥗 What To Serve With Potato Crusted Halibut?

Pair Potato Crusted Halibut with lemon herb quinoa, garlic mashed potatoes, or roasted asparagus for a flavorful meal or with buttered steamed broccoli or wild rice pilaf work well, and tomato basil bruschetta or cucumber dill yogurt sauce add freshness. 

🎚 How To Store Leftovers Potato Crusted Halibut?

  • In the fridge: Store the leftover Potato Crusted Halibut in an airtight container for up to 2 days.
  • In the freezer: Wrap Potato Crusted Halibut tightly in plastic wrap and aluminum foil before freezing for up to 2 months.

🥵 How To Reheat Leftovers Potato Crusted Halibut?

  • In the oven: Reheat leftovers Potato Crusted Halibut for 10-15 minutes at 350°F.
  • In the microwave:Put leftovers Potato Crusted Halibut on a dish in the microwave and Cover it with a damp paper towel, heat it on medium power for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • On the stove: Reheat leftovers Potato Crusted Halibut in a non-stick pan over medium heat for 5-7 minutes.

FAQ’S

How Can I Tell When The Crust Is Golden Brown?

To determine if the crust is golden brown, visually inspect the halibut after cooking for about three minutes. Look for a beautiful golden hue, ensuring a crispy and flavorful exterior.

How Do I Ensure The Potato Crust Stays Crispy?

For optimal crispiness, it’s essential to cook and serve the potato-crusted halibut immediately. Reheating in an oven or toaster oven can help maintain the crispiness when enjoying leftovers.

Can I Use Frozen Halibut Fillets?

While fresh halibut is preferable, you can use thawed and patted-dry frozen halibut fillets if fresh ones are unavailable. Ensure they are properly thawed before use.

Can I Use Bottled Lemon Juice Instead Of Fresh?

While fresh lemon juice is recommended for its vibrant flavor, bottled lemon juice can be used as a substitute if fresh lemons are not available. However, fresh lemon juice contributes to a more pronounced and zesty taste.

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Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut Nutrition Facts:

  • Calories:280
  • Fat:8g
  • Sodium:650mg
  • Cholesterol: 85mg
  • Vitamin C: 5mg
  • Carbohydrates:15g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Protein: 33g
  • Potassium: 750mg

Gordon Ramsay Potato Crusted Halibut

Difficulty:BeginnerPrep time: 5 minutesCook time: 3 minutesRest time: minutesTotal time: 8 minutesServings:6 servingsCalories:280 kcal Best Season:Available

Description

Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Crusted Halibut is easy to make and feeds six. All you need are egg yolks, salt, pepper, potato flakes, thyme, halibut, olive oil, and lemon juice. Finished off with a sprinkle of parsley or chives, this dish is both easy to make and looks good. It’s golden brown beauty.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. To make the egg wash, cream together egg whites with a little salt and pepper in a small pan.
  2. To cover the steaks, spread potato flakes and thyme leaves out on a plate or small pan.
  3. Only season one side of the steaks with salt and pepper.
  4. Put the seasoned side of the steaks into the egg wash and make sure it doesn’t drip. Then, press the steaks into the seasoned potato flakes all over.
  5. Put the crust side down in a big frying pan that has been greased with olive oil.
  6. Without preheating, raise the heat to medium-high and cook for about three minutes, or until the crust goes golden brown.
  7. Put some seasoning on the fish, then flip it over and cook for one minute.
  8. Take the pan off the heat but leave the pieces in it for one more minute.
  9. Use lemon juice to clear out the pan, but be careful not to squeeze it right on the fish.
  10. For a nice look, sprinkle chopped fresh parsley or chives over the fish.

Notes

  • A pinch of salt and pepper should be added to the egg wash to make it taste great.
    You could let the thyme leaves soak into the potato flakes for a few minutes before covering the fillets to make the flavor better.
    To keep the flavors equal, season only one side of the halibut fillets.
    Be careful not to let any egg wash drip onto the fillets as you dip them in it, so the covering is even and crisp.
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