3Stir a pinch of salt and pepper into the flour and reserve in a shallow dish.
4Whish together the honey and soy sauce and reserve.
5Dip the halibut filets in the flour, coating thoroughly and shaking gently to remove any excess. Next dip them in the egg wash, draining off any excess, and immediately roll in the walnuts to coat. Reserve for 5 minutes to allow the coating to “set.”
6Heat the olive oil in a sauté pan large enough to hold the filets and add the fish. Cook on one side until golden brown, flip carefully and finish in the oven for 5 minutes, or until cooked through.
7Arrange on a plate and drizzle with the reserved sauce.
8The Cutting Horse Restaurant recipe provided courtesy of Chef Joey Kistler
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