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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

DELICIOUS!! It was so easy to make!! I followed the instructions... and it turned out very tasty! I actually used the silicon baking tray and it worked out fine.

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4eversurf June 04, 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 03, 2008

Yummy, easy and quick recipe. I tweaked a bit: I sprinkled the parsley, garlic powder and salt directly on to the halibut, which I made sure to pat dry with paper towels first. Also, I lightly buttered the baking pan. I really liked the dish, but my husband thought it needed some zest, so for next time, I'm going to add lemon or lime juice. Thanks, MizzNezz!

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Scribbler515 January 16, 2008

So easy, and so good! I used silicon bake pans and it even cleaned up easily.

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Josh&Kate December 31, 2007

perfectly cooked, Too many bread crumbs for my taste.

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Calhoon November 18, 2007

This recipe was fabulous! I grew up in Colorado, so there wasn't much seafood available. The first fish I found that I really liked as a kid was at a restaurant called Furr's Cafeteria and was their Baked Halibut. This recipe is the closest I've found to that. I fixed this for dinner last night and was very happy with the results. Halibut is a mild fish, so is a good beginner for people who don't particularly care for fish. My DH and I now live in the Seattle area and I've greatly expanded my seafood horizons, but I'm still very partial to halibut. This reacipe is easy, quick, nutritious, and best of all, GOOD! Thanks so much for posting, MizzNezz! You've come up with another keeper!

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Kendra* November 11, 2007

WOW! I absolutely love this recipe. I made it in about 45 seconds, and the taste is superb! Thanks for posting such a basic, wonderful recipe.

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MissHermes October 27, 2007

Delicious and super easy! I make it with less salt and garlic instead of garlic powder.

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Uli October 20, 2007
Baked Halibut