This is a delicious and easy recipe my family loved! I used fresh halibut caught on our fishing trip here in Alaska. My only variations were that I cut the halibut into smaller pieces, sprinkled the remaining bread crumb mixture on top of the halibut before baking and I used a sea salt seasoning I got in Maui but I imagine anyone's favorite seasoning works fine. This is a keeper and already have requests to make it again soon. Thanks for sharing this quick and easy recipe!
I cannot begin to tell you just how horrible this recipe is. If I can save one person from ruining their halibut, it will be worth it. The halibut I bought was super fresh and beautiful, and I did not mind paying and arm and leg for such fresh fish. I found this recipe and throught I would try it. The fish came out super mushy, and I think it was because of the butter. Horrible
this was great! i had to use toasted rice cereal, since that was the only thing i had around the house for breading, but wow! i will definetly be making this again!
We brought halibut back from our Alaska trip and I was looking for a simple recipe. Came across this one and tried it; the family loves it! We've had it several times and will be disappointed when the halibut runs out.
This is wonderful! I am teaching my college age son to cook and turned this recipe over to him for preparation. I splurged for fresh wild caught halibut - a special treat. He used less butter (about 3/4) and crackers (about 1 cup) then sprinkled those that didn't stick to the buttered filets on top. He served it with fresh Meyer lemons from our tree - it was unbelievably delicious. He and I both will be making this again!
Super fish recipe. Couldn't find Johnny's seasoning salt so used McCormick's Season all. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly. Served with roasted asparagus and glazed carrots. Excellent!
A friend brought halibut from Alaska and I tried this recipe and we loved it! Thanks for sharing.