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As all the others said, this is a great and simple recipe. I made a few changes - instead of breadcrumbs I used panko. In the panko I added some herbs (rosemary, thyme, oregano, etc), some dried chili flakes, garlic powder. I didn't sprinkle this on - I coated the halibut with the butter, and then coated it with the panko mixture. Once on the dish to bake in the oven I sprinkled it with grated parmesan. I wasn't sure how it would turn out, but it was a.m.a.z.i.n.g!! It definitely will be a staple dish!!!

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Greece2012 September 24, 2012

very tasty. Didnt have italian bread crumbs so I just added oregano pepper and onion powder to regular bread crumbs, along with the other suggested herbs, I this will go good with chicken too, thanks

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N0_0ne March 29, 2010

Made this for my husband's birthday today and it was very tasty, and incredibly easy. I didn't have Italian breadcrumbs, so I used panko and added some paprika and pepper, and two cloves of crushed garlic, the parsley, salt and pepper. I think I might have overcooked it at 25 minutes, but it was still quite delicious. Everyone ate every last bite on their plates, but my sister-in-law said she'd only give it four stars since it wasn't moist enough. Might have been the fish, or the length of time I cooked it. I really enjoyed.

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Suzy Snoflake November 12, 2009

This was so fantastic that I ate a 1/2 pound serving by myself! :) I used half bread crumbs/ half almond meal (I like nutiness), I also used olive oil instead of butter and fresh chopped garlic. This was refreshing and wonderful for lunch! Thank you.

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La Niña del pimiento October 27, 2009

I have made this 4 times and it is one of my all-time favorite fish recipes! It is so easy and comes out perfect every time. Wouldn't change a thing. Thanks MizzNezz

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CeeGee May 22, 2009

What a wonderful way to prepare halibut. The breadcrumbs and garlic powder are a perfect topping for the fish -- they do not overpower the sweetness of the halibut. Very simple, easy and quick to prepare.

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Bobbie September 07, 2008

Great tasting. Everyone had seconds. Remember for next time: Pat halibut dry with paper towels before baking. I made my own breadcrumbs simply by putting a heel of bread (that wasn't even stale) into my coffee grinder for a few seconds. To spice it up a bit, I added italian seasoning, kosher salt, and parmesean cheese which I ground all together at the same time. Adding the cheese was a nice variation, and the kosher salt gave it a little zip that counter-acted the fishiness! Great!

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Grace-AK July 23, 2008

This is good, really, really good. Fast and easy, too. What more could you ask for? Well, maybe $1 a pound halibut but that's not going to happen. is it.

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sugarpea June 02, 2008

Inez, this recipe is delicious! So easy, so tasty! My seafood market was out of Halibut so I used Cod. I am definitely keeping this recipe and will be trying it with the Halibut and will also use Cod again. Thank you Inez ; )

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RecipeNut September 09, 2002

Pretty tasty. I made a few changes. I dried then buttered both sides of the halibut, then sprinkled it with parm cheese, bread crumbs, garlic powder with parsley, salt and pepper. They were big pieces so I covered it with foil for the first 25 minutes, checked cooked for another 10, checked and then another 3 minutes. It was pretty good - the kids 3/5 ate with no problems. Thanks

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Ceezie September 17, 2013
Baked Halibut