6 Reviews

Easy and tasty. I doubled most of the ingredients for 4 fillets.

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Jeffsmom June 14, 2006

This was so easy and so flavorful. My picky husband even liked it!

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Pattypoo #245037 February 28, 2006

What a delicious recipe! It was a big hit at our table. The only thing I did different was to add a little white wine after the onions were cooked to deglaze the pan, and get all that wonderful carmel colored stuff off the bottom of the pan. It really made the onions sweeter, more golden in color, and was the perfect flavor compliment to the fish. When DH says he wants a fish recipe again, I put it in my favorite fish cookbook! Thanks Thorsten.

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PanNan January 31, 2006

Wonderful recipe, and easy, too. Tasty without a heavy sauce...just how I love fish. I will make this again for sure!

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*Parsley* September 07, 2005

This is so easy and so tasty. The thyme & lemon are easy partners with the fish, they add to the flavor not dtract from it Thanks Thorsten for a keeper, the pictures do not do it justice

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Bergy September 05, 2005

I'm not a big fish eater, but I have seen lots of recipes for this fish. Finally bought two fillets to try. Looking for a recipe to try, I came here to the "Fishman" (just see his photos!) I used a whole tbls. of fresh lemon juice and only 1/2 a tbls. of olive oil (to keep fat level down). Sprayed a non-stick pan with oil spray before adding oil. Had fresh thyme from my neighbor to use. Well, for a person who eats little fish, this is a recipe I will repeat again and again. Thanks, friend.

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Happy Harry #2 August 08, 2005
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