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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Wild Halibut Steaks with Warm Bacon Dressing

Posted By on Wed, Aug 29, 2007 at 5:56 PM

Mmmmm….Bacon

By Chef John from Food Wishes Video Recipes

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Yes, it’s true what they say, bacon makes everything tastes better. Even bacon tastes better with bacon. Recently I saw an online lecture by a woman who makes specialty chocolates and she had actually done chocolate with bacon. So, now it’s really official, bacon goes with everything! By the way, I plan on posting her lecture, which I found equally inspiring and perplexing, but that’s for another day...

Today we’re making a very simple warm bacon dressing to go over some pan cooked halibut. With just a few ingredients, and a very simple procedure, we’re going to produce some amazingly delicious results. The smokiness of the bacon is such a great match with the meaty halibut, and the slightly sweet/sour profile of the fresh lemon and rice vinegar brings this all together. Usually at this point I tell you a few ways you can alter the recipe to match your personal tastes…forget that. Make this exactly like I show you. Enjoy!

CLICK HERE to watch the Video, as well as get this recipe's ingredients and amounts.

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