Sous Vide Halibut takes just 45 minutes to cook in a sous vide water bath and it has a tender and moist texture with a buttery garlic flavor!

Why This Recipe Works

Since halibut can be easily overcooked, using the sous vide method is a great way to ensure that it’s perfectly cooked. The controlled temperature of the water bath results in tender and moist halibut every time!


Halibut Salt Butter Sprigs thyme Garlic cloves Lemon

Rub the salt on the halibut and let it sit for 30 minutes.


Heat a sous vide water bath to 122F degrees.

Place in a vacuum seal bag with the remaining ingredients (except lemon). Spread the butter pieces all over the bag to evenly distribute it.

Cook the halibut for 45 minutes.

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