So easy to make and so delicious! My guests loved it (so did I)! Made it just as written. Thanks.
Great recipe- fast, easy and good! I used low fat mayo and the combination of lime and cumin on Halibut has just the right amount of zing straight from the grill.
This was a really tasty recipe and extremely easy to make. It reminded me of an easy aioli recipe I like from Trader Joe's, which works well on most fish; however, that one does not include cilantro, which I really enjoyed in this recipe. We served with a side of roasted asparagus. Thanks for posting!
I didn't change a thing on this recipe. It was a pleasure to make. It was a little frightening using the mayo and grill at almost 400 degrees. But the moisture evaporates from the mayo which makes a nice oily layer to contain all the moisture inside the Halibut. Remember to oil the grates
well and enjoy!
Made for the *Pet Parade* event to pay-off my bet & I feel like I was the winner. I made a cpl of chgs but kept true to the heart of the recipe. I used haddock & oven-baked it as you cannot always count on grilling weather here in Iceland. I am esp fond of the lime flavor & it works so well w/this tasty + easy-fix. We loved it, Nimz. Thx for sharing this sure to be repeated recipe w/us. :-)
This was fantastic AND so easy! I left out the cumin because my dh doesn't care for it and used a bit extra cilantro. I used regular mayo this time, but definitely plan on trying it with light mayo (half fat.) I also think this would be great with chicken breast, also. Fantastic!
This was EASY and had a WONDERFUL FLAVOR! I used swordfish because halibut was way too expensive. I broiled it. I was worried it would have a mayo flavor but the other ingredients took that away. AWESOME! Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
threw these on the grill for a long weekend brunch, simple and delicious! thanks for sharing hon!...Kitten
I agree this is simple and tasty. I used a key lime for the lime zest and juice. A definate keeper.