Halibut is the perfect food choice if you’re managing a keto diet. It’s high in healthy fats and protein and is, of course, also super low in carbohydrates.
On top of that, halibut has a mild sweet flavor with a flaky texture that makes it one of the most versatile fish to prepare in a wide range of meals.
But what can you prepare with halibut if you’re trying to avoid carbs?
It’s easy – we’ve hand-picked a full list of 15 amazing keto halibut recipes you can make at home.
Round up the ingredients and try these low-carb halibut recipes today!
Needless to say, pan-searing your halibut is an easy way to keep the carbs to a minimum. But this recipe takes it further by adding tasty low-carb ingredients for the perfect keto meal that won’t leave you feeling guilty!
All you need to make this pan-seared halibut recipe (with garlic butter sauce) are halibut fillets, garlic powder, paprika, salt and black pepper, and olive oil.
Of course, you’re free to switch up the olive oil for coconut oil or avocado oil if you want to make the recipe even healthier.
This halibut recipe might sound decadent, but you might be surprised to find out that it contains just 3 net carbs per serving. As a result, it’s definitely an amazing keto halibut recipe you need to try, especially since it tastes as good as it sounds.
The main ingredients for this recipe are halibut fillets, butter, pecans, parmesan cheese, garlic, green onion, lemon juice, salt, and pepper. There are just four instructions as well, so it’s super simple to make at home!
If you haven’t tried halibut with chimichurri sauce, it’s fair to say you’re missing out. That’s no problem, though, as this recipe is your opportunity to try it at home.
It’s straightforward to prepare and make too, as it requires just four ingredients, plus the chimichurri sauce.
These ingredients are halibut, natural ancient sea salt, black pepper, and olive oil. The chimichurri sauce is optional, we should add, but it definitely makes this pan-seared halibut recipe all the more mouth-watering!
Here’s another must-try keto halibut recipe with chimichurri sauce, simply because halibut and chimichurri really do go together well. There are just five simple steps to make this recipe as well, plus only four ingredients you need to gather.
What we like about this recipe is that it also provides the ingredients and steps to make the basil chimichurri sauce – keto-style. You can buy it, of course (if you’re strapped for time), but we have to say that this chimichurri sauce recipe is one of the best we’ve tried.
Pan-seared halibut and lemon butter sauce is a match made in heaven. And if you don’t believe it, this recipe is the one you should make first.
It involves six straightforward steps to put together, with ingredients you probably already have at home!
To make this keto halibut recipe, you’ll need halibut steaks, salt and pepper, olive oil, butter, lemon juice, garlic, parsley, capers, and vegetable broth. Try it, as you won’t be disappointed.
Keto-friendly, low-carb halibut crusted with Parmesan? Yes, please! This must-try halibut recipe contains just 2 grams of carbs per serving, and can be made in just 30 minutes – 15 minutes of prep time, 15 minutes of cooking time.
The main ingredients here are butter, Parmesan, black pepper, salt, garlic powder, dried parsley, panko bread crumbs, and, of course, halibut. If you’re yet to try halibut with parmesan, here’s your chance.
With four straightforward instructions and only 3 grams of carbs per serving, this low-carb halibut recipe is another one that you need to add to your list. Why? Because, above all, it takes just 15 minutes to make and serves four!
To make this keto-friendly halibut recipe, you’ll need shredded Parmesan cheese, butter, mayonnaise, lemon juice, green onions, salt and pepper, Tabasco sauce, and halibut. The Tabasco sauce gives it the perfect kick, so we can’t recommend this one enough.
Ready to serve in just 17 minutes, this “Heavenly Halibut” recipe is well worth putting together if you’re strapped for time and need a quick keto dish that tastes as good as it looks. Five minutes of the total time is prep time, so it’s really that easy!
All you’ll need are halibut steaks, salt and pepper, butter, mayonnaise, scallions, parmesan, lemon juice, garlic powder, and hot sauce. So this recipe includes Parmesan and hot sauce, and it really doesn’t disappoint.
Asparagus is actually the perfect green vegetable to pair with halibut if you want to treat your tastebuds to a bitter yet sweet dish that’s both keto-friendly and easy to make. This one is ready to enjoy in just 25 minutes, with 15 minutes of that going to cooking time!
So what are the ingredients? This parmesan crusted halibut recipe involves just eight simple ingredients, which are halibut fillets, salt and pepper, butter, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, almond flour, and, of course, asparagus.
If you prefer to bake halibut rather than grill or pan-fry it, this recipe will be right up your alley. And it’s now just low in carbs, but also low in calories and gluten-free. What’s more is that it’s done in 35 minutes, with 15 minutes going to prep time.
The ingredients you’ll need here are halibut fillets, green beans, cherry tomatoes (or grape tomatoes), extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, Italian seasoning, and salt and pepper. Once you have the ingredients, it’s just four steps to make!
Looking for a keto halibut recipe that won’t take all day to make? Then this 20-minute grilled halibut recipe is just for you. It involves nine ingredients (that you’re sure to find in your pantry) as well as eight basic steps to make.
These ingredients include garlic, olive oil, lemon zest, halibut, salt, black pepper, paprika, and ground cumin. It’s the seasoning mixture that really makes this recipe stand out, so it’s perfect if you’re in a rush but don’t want to cook up something bland!
You need just six ingredients to make this recipe, which produces a low-carb, keto-friendly baked halibut dish that’s surprisingly full of flavor. What’s more is that it looks great, so it’s perfect for serving to friends and family!
Before only seven straightforward steps, the ingredients you’ll need to make this baked halibut recipe are halibut, salt and black pepper, sour cream, garlic powder, dill weed, Parmesan cheese, and green onion.
If you love creamy dishes but worry about your carb intake, you might be glad to know that this creamy baked halibut recipe is certified keto-friendly! It’s also gluten-free and low in calories, and ready to serve in under 20 minutes.
You will need more ingredients to make this recipe, but you can be sure that it’ll be worth it. Plus, with just eight simple steps to follow and 5 minutes of prep time, it’s a keto halibut dish that you can whip up without too much effort.
You can bread your halibut and keep the carbohydrates low – and this recipe is a testament to that!
It comes in at just 2 grams of carbs per serving, and it also works for any kind of white-fleshed fish that you happen to be craving, whether that’s halibut, tilapia, cod, or even pollock.
To make this keto breaded halibut recipe, you’ll need almond flour, Parmesan cheese, dried parsley, lemon zest, salt, pepper, halibut, and one egg.
It’s ready to enjoy in just seven steps, requiring only 10 minutes of your day to make!
Last but not least, barbeque halibut steaks. That’s right – barbecue halibut that’s keto-friendly! It’s also easy to make, as it involves just 10 minutes of prep time and 15 minutes of cooking time, ready to serve in 25 minutes.
To make keto-friendly barbecue halibut steaks, the main ingredients for this recipe are butter, brownsugar, garlic, lemon juice, soy sauce, ground black pepper, and halibut steak.
There are just three steps to make this recipe too, which simply involve warming the sauce, grilling the halibut, and basting the sauce once cooked. That’s it!
And that wraps up our list of 15 amazing keto-friendly halibut recipes that you need to try today, all of which are low in carbs and perfect for keto diets.
We know, they all look good, so you’re probably now trying to decide which one to make first.
But, hey, nothing’s stopping you trying them all – bookmark this page for future reference!
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