Pan Seared Thai Halibut

This pan-fried fish recipe is melt-in-your-mouth delicious and easy to make. Our simple Thai sauce complements the flavor of the fish. Wonderful with rice, soba noodle or equally good with potatoes, this easy fish recipe makes a great meal.


  • Herbies Chili Lover's Spice  ·  4 tablespoons 
  • each 4oz portions Alaskan Halibut  ·  4 
  • sugar snap peas  ·  2 cups 
  • daikon radish, peeled and sliced  ·  1 
  • sprig cilantro, for garnish  ·  2 
  • For Sesame Vinaigrette  ·   
  • soy sauce  ·  1/4 cup 
  • sesame oil  ·  2 tablespoons 
  • rice vinegar  ·  1/4 cup 
  • olive oil  ·  1/4 cup 
  • sugar  ·  1 tablespoon 


Season halibut generously with salt and Herbie’s Chili Lover’s spice.

In a medium sauté pan, on high heat and in a light neutral oil, pan sear the halibut for 7 minutes on each side until golden brown.

Remove from pan and allow to rest. In a medium sauté pan and in light oil, char the sugar snap peas on high heat and season with salt. Once charred remove from pan.

For vinaigrette, add soy sauce, sesame oil, rice vinegar and sugar into a mixing bowl and whisk in olive oil.

Lightly season the peeled and sliced daikon radish with salt and a light coating of olive oil.

To assemble the dish, place fish down on plate, surround with blistered snap peas and seasoned daikon radish. Drizzle the sesame vinaigrette around the vegetable and fish and top with picked cilantro.

The addition of white rice or a soba noodle would make the dish into a larger dinner portion.

Frolic Viognier

Frolic Viognier

Frolic is a single-varietal of the white grape Viognier from a single vineyard.

Chili Lover's Spice

Chili Lover's Spice

A blend of chilies and spices that will give the tiredest palate a pleasing heat hit!