Total Time
Prep 7 mins
Cook 20 mins

from local newspaper submitted by Dave Kling of Anchorage Alaska

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine crumbs, cheese and salt.
  2. Dip filets in combined eggs and milk, then coat with crumb mixture.
  3. Place in greased 9X13" pan and bate at 425 degrees fo 20 minutes or until fish flakes easily.
  4. Serves six.


Most Helpful

I made this tonight. I rarely make fish because I dont eat it but my wife loves fish. It was really good and I highly recommend it. I bought a fresh caught halibut (as fresh as can be for Chicago area) and followed the recipe (for a portion of 1) and my wife said it was restaurant quality so I had to have a bite and it was exactly that- restaurant quality. Awesome. Only thing I did differently was to add more parm (which I freshly shaved) and then muddled the corn flakes, salt & parm together. Highly recommend this super simple recipe.

jv1820 April 13, 2013

10 stars if I could!! We LOVED this! It's so simple and so delicious! I used egg beater in place of the egg, but followed the instructions to a T from there. The light breading on this halibut with a little crunch just makes you want to keep eating more! Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipe I know we'll be having again! :) Made for PAC Fall 08

Breezytoo September 17, 2008

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