What you'll be getting:

Halibut with Beans and Greens and Smashed Potatoes

Per Serving

5 oz halibut

1 T seasoning sauce

100 g green beans

40 g kale

150 g boiled potatoes

1 T parmesan mixture

Equipment needed: Lined sheet pan, 2 sauté pans (one with lid)

Preheat oven to 425. 

Lay potatoes on cutting board (or on sheet pan) and smash. I used the side of my knife, but whatever you have will work, even your hands. I just thought some of you might feel the need to smash something today. 

Once you have them all smashed, arrange on sheet pan into desired piles.

Top with parmesan mixture and drizzle about 1T of seasoning juice over top. 

Put into the oven and set the timer for 15 minutes. 

Put your fish on a clean cloth and then drape it over top, pressing down gently.You want to make sure it's dry from any excess moisture. This will insure a better sear. Searing meat of any kind is a way to seal in the natural juices.

Before you start cooking your fish sprinkle a little salt and on top.

In a pan, put 1 T of oil. You want the pan hot before you start cooking, this will give you a better sear. 

Carefully lay your fish in the hot pan. Be careful for any splatters, it shouldn't splatter too much because you've dried off the fish. If it was wet, it would splatter much more.

Lower the temperature to a medium heat and cook for 5 minutes. Do not move the fish around in the pan, just let it cook.

Using tongs flip the fish over. You can also use a spatula.

Immediately after flipping the fish over, pour about 1 t of seasoning juice over each fillet, then cover and remove from heat. Set timer for 10 minutes.

In your second pan put it on medium heat and add your beans, water included. Be careful of splattering.

After about 5 minutes of cooking your beans, add the kale. 

When timer goes off pull potatoes from oven. 

Plate potatoes and top with beans and greens. 

Top with halibut and drizzle any remaining seasoning juice over top of dish. Enjoy.

This meal took less than 20 minutes. 

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