One of the sea's best kept secrets! Alaskan Halibut Cheeks are the most flavorful tender cut of Alaskan Halibut! Similar to scallops yet a milder flavor. Wonderful on the grill, pan-fried, baked or broiled with a little garlic and butter. Coat them in parmesan cheese and bake for a wonderful meal your family and friends will rave about! No matter how you cook Alaska Halibut Cheeks, you're in for an exquisite treat!
Alaskan Halibut Cheeks are vacuum packed in 1 lb packages and shipped FedEx overnight directly to your door!
AN ELEGANT WHITEFISH, DELICATE YET SUBSTANTIAL
The largest of all flatfish, Alaska Halibut can grow to an impressive size—well over 500 pounds or more, although the average weight is 35-50 pounds—helping to establish its reputation as the world’s premium whitefish. Its mild, slightly sweet flavor and unique firm texture have made Alaska Halibut a favorite of chefs and consumers alike.
HARVESTED SEASONALLY, AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND
All Alaska Seafood is wild and pure, responsibly managed for continuing abundance. Alaska provides the largest supply of domestic halibut, which is strictly regulated through seasonal harvest and the exclusive use of longline gear. Alaska Halibut is available fresh from March through mid-November, and frozen year-round.
SURPRISINGLY EASY TO PREPARE
Alaska Halibut’s ease of preparation belies its spectacular results, whether it’s grilled, roasted, sautéed, or poached. Known for its firm, flaky texture and delicate flavor, Alaska Halibut is equally delicious in preparations ranging from simple sandwiches and soups to elegant entrées. Additionally, Alaska Halibut maintains its shape during cooking, making it suitable for all types of cooking methods, yielding dependable, high-quality results.
Alaska has pioneered the standard for sustainable, eco-friendly fisheries management. Unlike many of the world’s other fish populations, Alaska’s are managed for protection against overfishing and sources of habitat damage. By proactively ensuring a healthy, wild and sustainable harvest, Alaska is protecting its superior seafood for future generations.