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Healthy Recipe: Halibut with Corn & Tomato Salsa

Healthy Recipe: Halibut with Corn and Tomato Salsa

Here’s a great healthy recipe I’ll be making again this weekend. Nothing says summer like fresh fish topped with fresh veggies like sweet corn and cherry tomatoes right from the farmer’s market. What else is great about this recipe is that it’s quite easy to make. This recipe makes 4 servings and only takes about 20 minutes to make.


1 medium red tomato, finely chopped
10 cherry tomatoes, quartered
5 fresh basil leaves, chopped
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)
4 (4-oz.) each halibut (or other white fish like tilapia)

Cooking Instructions:

Combine tomatoes, basil, oil, and vinegar in a medium bowl; mix well. Season with salt and pepper if desired; mix well. Set aside. Heat your grill or pan over medium heat. If you’re using an outdoor grill, make sure that it’s oiled. When grill or pan is hot, add your filets. Cook for  about 4 minutes on each side. These filets can be delicate so don’t move them around until you are ready to flip them.

Approximate fat/cals/protein:

Calories: 140
Fat: 4 g
Saturated Fat: 1 g
Protein: 21 g

Do you enjoy fish in the summer? What are your favorite recipes?

Comeback Momma Siggy

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  1. Lena says:

    This looks absolutely delicious and looks simple enough to use

  2. Dede says:

    I’m growing many of those ingredients in our garden, so we’ll have just what we need right outside the front door!

  3. Jenna Wood says:

    I’ll admit, that looked like chicken, which is good for me, who is a picky fish eater. I bet the corn really compliments the bright notes of the halibut!

  4. Patty says:

    I love halibut – so easy to cook and your salsa is a perfect pairing. Corn and tomatoes are delicious together and just scream summer!

  5. Liz says:

    I’m not a fish person but my dad is, I’ll have to tell him about this recipe.

  6. I do enjoy fish in the summer. I usually go with tilapia but you have me curious about halibut now.

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