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Very simple and yet so good! I used parsley as well .. thank you

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najwa April 12, 2002

If your fish is dry, try brining it first. I read this in Cooking Light magazine this month, and it works! The fish is moist and less....fishy!

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littlelady73159 August 11, 2010

Loved this recipe! Super easy, super fast and so delicious. Perfect for a week night or any night. I used parsley since I had it in the house & I dispensed with using the foil, just used a glass pyrex baking dish. Much better than I thought it would be, definitely a do-over.

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VAF66 June 16, 2009

I just put the fish filets in a shallow pan and broiled them all together. I used fresh dill and served with lemon wedges. This recipe was easy to make and turned out beautiful. Very good flavor.

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MizzNezz August 19, 2003

It was very quick and easy but it seemed to lack something for us, probably more herbs and seasonings. (A few splashes of lemon juice at the end did wonders!) I found the halibut a tad dry, so I'll watch it more carefully/broil it for less next time around. Nice recipe but just needs some tweaks to suit us. Thanks!

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yamakarasu March 15, 2012

I've baked & fried, but never broiled fish before. My husband loved it!! I used defrosted haddock fillets and wiped the bottom of each foil tray with flavoured garlic olive oil. A great, quick and easy dinner to prepare. My husband loves fish and I'll definitely be making this again soon. Thank you!

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Sous Chef Bentley September 06, 2007

Easy, fast and delicious. Wonderful combination of Herb and fish. I used a walleye fillet with terragon and it was absolute outstanding. I don't even need to change broiling time. The fish was soft and tender. And the terragon butter developed some nutty flavours during broiling. Great recipe. Will makes this for sure again, when I want a quick and delicious fish recipe.

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Thorsten March 25, 2007

This was fantastic! So easy and delicious -- it's definitely going into the recipe rotation.

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The Omnivore September 08, 2014

Made this tonight! It was succulent and delicious. Had to make some adjustments Have not ever broiled fish before. The halibut was over an inch thick and had to be under the broiler for an additional 15 minutes. Each time I took the fish out to test for doneness had my instant read thermometer nearby to determine the exact temperature....came out perfectly broiled. I mixed parsley, tarragon and some minced garlic into the butter. Unfortunately there were no leftovers! I will make this again and will try salmon next time. Thank you for such a delicious recipe!

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sillycats August 24, 2014

So EASY to make !!! And so DELICIOUS !!! Thank you !!!!

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nwluiza October 23, 2013
Easy Halibut Fillets with Herb Butter