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Broiled Halibut with Miso Glaze

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>This is a classic Japanese take on fish. Doug&#8217;s Halibut was the perfect cut for this. I served one steak with some spinach and shitake dumplings and Hon Tsuyu soup base (Fooks) with rice noodles and it served three generously.</p>
Source: Modified from Eating Well January 1997 (Entered by mary songster)
Serves: 2-3

8oz. Halibut Steak
1/8 c shiro miso (white miso)
1 Tbl. rice wine or vermouth
1 Tbl mirin
1 Tbl. toasted sesame seeds
lime wedges and pickled ginger for garnish

Step by Step Instructions
  1. Bring Halibut steak to room temperature. Put rack in oven in the top third. Preheat Broiler Cover Pan in foil and oil (spray works really well)
  2. Mix together miso, vermouth and mirin. Put Halibut on prepared pan and cover with half the sauce. Broil 3 minutes. Carefully flip Halibut and add other half of sauce to that side. Broil three more minutes. Done
  3. Put fish on plate sprinkle with sesame seeds and add garnish and serve.