Very quick and very good. I had to bake for 30 min, but it may be that my oven isn't getting as hot as it should. Get alot of good fresh halibut here in the Northwest and will make this again. Thanks.
Easy quick and tasty recipe. next time I will use more Lemon juice and less oregano, due to personal taste. Will be making this one again.
Very quick, tasty, and a not too overpowering recipe for the fish. I have never seen halibut in Australia, so used blue-eye trevalla-a firm, large-flaking white fish steak. Another great recipe thanks Bergy.
This recipe is very easy & quick. I used fresh garlic put through press and fresh squeezed lemon juice. I also substituted red onion for the green, cut into thin 1/2 inch pieces. The halibut was very flavorful, very garlicky and our house smelled like a restaurant. The fresh ingredients make it. I also did a quick tartar sauce made with mayo, garlic, lemon juice, a bit of Dijon mustard and dill weed.
This dish had simple ingredients, was easy to prepare and was very tasty. Also, it wasn't hard to clean up after. That is hard to beat! I prepared it along with Garlic Mashed Potatoes (by NurseJaney) and String/ Green Beans with Shallots (by Manami). The favorite dish on the table was the potatoes...but this was certainly up there. Thanks for a great recipe that I can add to my sorely lacking fish repertoire!
This recipe complimented the delicate flavor of fresh halibut very nicely and was quick to put together. I baked the fish for 30 minutes as the filet was quite thick and it was just right - flaky, moist and delicious. Simplicity at its best - thank you, Bergy!