Delicious One-Pan Baked Halibut With Simple Vegetables

While I don’t like the idea of “diet” foods, I do adhere to the idea of eating healthy and nutritious foods for most of my meals. I really try to eat foods that are nutritious for me including fish and lean protein. This baked halibut recipe really checks all the nutrition boxes for me.

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Halibut contains vitamins and minerals such as B6, magnesium, phosphorus, B12, calcium, iron, zinc and more, according to It has about 220 calories per 6 oz serving and is an oily fish, which is beneficial for the heart.

When I was younger I wasn’t a huge fish person. Now we eat fish two to three times a week. My husband also used to hate fish and even he has come around to loving it.

The great thing about halibut is that it doesn’t have a fishy taste at all. I’ve also never had bad halibut. It is a more expensive fish but it’s really worth the price. It’s thicker and buttery, but somehow still light. I always feel like I’ve eaten well after I eat it because I’m satisfied but not overly stuffed.

I meant to get this recipe up before Easter during the Lent season, party of the name halibut comes from haly, which means holy.  Although this makes a great, light summer recipe too. It’s perfect for nights where you don’t have a lot of time and don’t really feel like cooking.

For those of you doing the Whole 30, leave out the peanuts and this one’s for you. Check out the full recipe below.

One-Pan Baked Halibut

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5.0 from 8 reviews
Delicious One Pan Baked Halibut & Simple Vegetables
Recipe type: Main Dish
Cuisine: America, Whole 30, Gluten Free
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Serves: 2
  • 1 - 2 halibut filets
  • 8 fingerling potatoes
  • 1 lb of Brussel sprouts
  • ½ an onion
  • 3 Tbsp. olive oil
  • ½ cup of peanuts (If you want to make this Whole 30, leave these out.)
  • ¼ cup parsley, chopped
  • ¼ thyme, chopped
  • ¼ rosemary, finely chopped
  • Salt and pepper
  • Lemon, optional
  1. Heat your oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Brush your sheet pan with a very thick layer of oil.
  3. Add vegetables, peanuts and brush with another thin layer of olive oil.
  4. Sprinkle half your herbs onto the mixture and toss to make sure everything is coated with the oil and herbs. Salt and pepper to taste.
  5. Bake for 15 minutes.
  6. Remove from oven and push the vegetables aside to make a space for the fish. Glaze it with another coat of olive oil.
  7. Add the rest of your herbs, using them plentifully on the fish. Add salt and pepper to the fish to taste.
  8. Cook for another 15 minutes depending on thickness. Our's was fairly think and this time was fine.


Serve and enjoy! Add lemon if you like.

This really is a perfect meal for the whole family. The fish is light and flaky and really comes out beautiful. It’s one of the mildest tasting fishes out there so there should be no complaining about anything smelling or tasting “like fish.”  It’s really just a simple, perfect dish.

Happy eating, friends!

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  • kikidavies July 07, 2017 07.20 pm

    This looks so yummy!! I love Hailbut. Thanks for the recipe!

  • Margaret Westhoff July 07, 2017 07.38 pm

    This recipe looks both yummy and healthy! I’m also on a quest to lose the rest of the baby weight. Thanks for sharing!

  • Virjinia July 07, 2017 08.38 pm

    That looks absolutely delicious! I haven’t cooked Halibut since I’m scared to cook fish but this seems simple enough. Thanks for sharing!

  • tickledscarlett July 08, 2017 12.34 am

    Yum my mouth is watering this sounds so delicious! My hubby isn’t the biggest fish fan, but has tried Halibut and enjoyed it. Will be Pinning this for later 🙂

  • With Kids and Coffee (@wkidsandcoffee) July 08, 2017 12.46 am

    All of those fresh herbs—yum!! This sounds like such a wonderful summertime dish.

  • lifeofaministermom July 08, 2017 12.46 am

    Oh Yum! I love halibut and this looks amazing Rachel!

  • Nicole Anderson July 08, 2017 01.13 am

    This does both look and sound so good! I also love that the method looks easy and straight-forward. I think that lemon usually goes well with fish, so I am likely to include that option with my dish.

  • natsavallejo July 08, 2017 04.46 am

    Can’t wait to try this! Thanks for sharing!!!

  • Cammeo July 08, 2017 01.49 pm

    I love Halibut and my hubs would love this healthy recipe! I’m def trying it ?

  • Nicole Banuelos July 08, 2017 03.50 pm

    I’ve been really trying to focus on healthier eating habits so this post comes at the perfect time for me. Saving this post to reference for dinner next week!

  • rlsutton01 July 08, 2017 08.56 pm

    I dont like fish, but this looks delicious!! Do you think this is a “fishy” fish?

  • Bridget July 10, 2017 02.53 am

    Thanks for sharing! I love grilled fish as long as it’s not too “fishy” tasting, this recipe sounds so delish! Definitely trying it soon 🙂

  • Stefanie S July 10, 2017 04.57 am

    My husband would absolutely love this!

  • Natalie May 03, 2018 07.22 pm

    This looks delicious! Must give it a try.

  • Stephanie May 03, 2018 09.33 pm

    I’m hesitant on fish but this is something I wouldn’t mind trying! It looks really good and I love new recipes 🙂

  • Bree May 04, 2018 12.51 am

    This looks BOMB! I love halibut – will def. have to try out this recipe

  • Amanda May 04, 2018 01.52 am

    I am not a big fish fan, but all these spices and flavors sound yum! This would be great for summer or spring!

  • kumamonjeng May 04, 2018 08.32 am

    I love fishes and I think halibut dish would be great for me to get the source of protein. The cooking look very simple and very healthy. This dish look very clean to me as I am trying my best to eat clean.

  • Jenna May 04, 2018 11.47 am

    I saw this on your facebook – it looks AMAZING! I am such a fish fan, and will definitely be making this!

  • Czjai Reyes-Ocampo May 04, 2018 12.45 pm

    My boys love halibut, and they will definitely enjoy this dish. Gotta give your recipe a try! 🙂

  • Dana Vento May 04, 2018 01.31 pm

    Wow! This one’s a winner.This looks so delightful and tasty. I would love to try making this recipe. My boys would both probably DIG this!

  • Elizabeth O May 04, 2018 03.22 pm

    This looks like a really lovely recipe. I like that it seems simple and quite quick to make. It would be a lovely springtime dinner menu addition.

  • Lexi May 04, 2018 03.22 pm

    This looks delicious! I love halibut!!

  • Holly Lasha May 04, 2018 04.22 pm

    Oh, this looks super yummy. I will definitely have to try this. I love trying new recipes!!

  • Annemarie LeBlanc May 04, 2018 10.26 pm

    We have been trying to get more omega-3s in our diet and this baked halibut looks like a delicious and delicious way for us to get the nutrients we need in our diet. I will get some fillets and cook this for dinner tomorrow.

  • Pat May 04, 2018 11.18 pm

    I can’t remember ever eating halibut, but apparently it’s worth its price since it’s thicker and more buttery than most other fish.

  • Carol Cassara May 05, 2018 01.37 am

    I really love fish even before I decided to limit my intake of beef and pork. I think this recipe is really lovely! My husband will enjoy it as well.

  • Shruti May 05, 2018 02.12 pm

    I am not that fond of fish but i once tried Halibut and liked it. Definitely going to try out your recipe.

  • Raquel May 05, 2018 07.13 pm

    My husband hates fish too but unfortunately I don’t think he’ll ever come around to it 😭

  • Jocelyn @ Hip Mama’s Place May 07, 2018 03.17 am

    I love simple, one pan recipes especially when they’re healthy. This baked halibut and veggies sound yummy and healthy!


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