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Delish!! Just perfect!!!

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Terri7579 December 01, 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

The fish was delicious in spite of the fact that we overcooked it! I made bread crumbs out of whole wheat bread from a recipe on eHow, then added Italian seasoning. Instead of the 1/2 tsp salt, I just sprinkled the fish with kosher salt before putting it in the oven.

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Waverly September 26, 2009

Lovely taste-my whole family loved it and asked if we could have it every week ! Thanks

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ruthiepaterson September 09, 2009

I have made this recipe twice. I thought it was delicious and simple.

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shelly costello August 04, 2009

Good simple recipe. Use panko breadcrumbs for an even crispier crunch.

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jaclynkb July 31, 2009

Very easy and good fish recipe. The halibut was perfectly cooked in 25 minutes. I did find the seasoning a bit salty though. Also, I think it needed a little lemon juice.

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aviva July 15, 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

Quick, easy, and tasty, thanks.

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Chef AkRascal April 19, 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
Baked Halibut