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What's Cooking: April 30

Heritage Park executive chef Jan Hansen cooks some Queen Charlotte Islands Halibut. 
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Queen Charlotte Islands Halibut Lobster velouté, watercress oil Yukon Gold potato and lima bean succotash 4 Halibut fillet portions Olive oil Salt and pepper for seasoning 2 Yukon Gold potato, diced and blanched 1/2 cup Lima beans, blanched 1/2 Red onion, diced 1 Red pepper, diced 1/2 cup Corn 5 Chives, chopped 1 T Butter 1 T Flour 1 cup Fish stock 1/2 lb Lobster diced Season halibut with salt and pepper. Sear halibut in frying pan with olive oil. Turn halibut and place into the oven at 350 F for 5 minutes, depending on preferred doneness. Brown diced potatoes in a frying pan with olive oil. Add onion, red pepper, corn, chives and Lima beans, season with salt and pepper. Cook until all ingredients together for a couple minutes. Make a roux by heating a tablespoon of butter with a tablespoon of flour. Add fish stock and whisk until you reach a good sauce consistency. Add lobster and season with salt and pepper. Plate by placing the potato lima bean succotash onto a plate, then placing a cooked halibut fillet on top. Finish by pouring lobster veloute on top of halibut.

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