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    sub for halibut

    Shae Lin
    Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:19 am
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    Good Morning!!!! icon_biggrin.gif Can anyone clue me in as to what fish I could substitute for halibut in my Cipiano? Last year I tried Swordfish but even tho it was only 5 oz., it was strong and took over the delicacy of the other flavours. Much appreciated.Thanks, Addison. P.S. I'm a terrible speller any more so if I spelled everything wrong, forgive please!!! icon_redface.gif
    duonyte
    Thu Nov 29, 2012 12:09 pm
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    Cioppino - you can look at recipes posted here for other ideas, but I think any mild white fish would work - monkfish, cod, tilapia , basia.
    Shae Lin
    Fri Nov 30, 2012 8:35 am
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    thanks for replying. I was kind of thinking maybe Monkfish too, if I can find any. Never had Basia, maybe I should find out more about it. thanks again icon_smile.gif
    duonyte
    Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:57 pm
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    I was remembering an old Julia Child show where she pulled out an ugly monkfish to make boullabaise.
    SarasotaCook
    Tue Dec 25, 2012 12:33 pm
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    You want a firm fish. Monkfish, also known as 'Poor Mans Lobster' is a good choice. It is very firm, but also delicate in flavor.

    Tilapia is ok, but a bit muddier. I would stick with cod, monkfish, even grouper
    Shae Lin
    Tue Dec 25, 2012 7:12 pm
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    icon_smile.gif I wound up using a piece of grouper. Pretty good altho I admit the monkfish would have worked better. Thanks for the tip. Happy Holidays, Addie
    SarasotaCook
    Tue Dec 25, 2012 7:23 pm
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    Just glad it worked out. You sometimes just have to use what is in season; also, what is affordable too. I do the same; I fish often, so I get snapper, grouper, flounder, trout, and pompano, mackerel too; but you have to use what is available at the time.

    Glad it came out well. Those type of dishes are nice in that you can really be flexible and use your favorite fish.
    Shae Lin
    Wed Dec 26, 2012 8:40 am
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    Mommy Diva
    Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:53 pm
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    Addison - did you have any photos of your dish?
    Shae Lin
    Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:51 pm
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    noooooo. I don't have a camera. Maybe next year Santa will be a little heavier in the pocket. icon_sad.gif
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