7 Reviews

The tomato-basil salsa is incredible, DH asked if I could can it. Not flipping the halibut meant less sticked to the grill, but even on the skinless piece, the side resting on aluminum foil was tougher on the bottom. I would try this again with the halibut in a Pam-sprayed grill basket for easy turning. Our recipe used Alaskan halibut from DH's fishing trip and ripe Early Girl tomatoes from our garden. I had a 1/4 oz. packet of basil sprigs and used all the medium and larger leaves. That seemed like a lot of basil, but no one complained there was too much. And the halibut did not need anything in addition to the sea salt and pepper I sprinkled. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag.

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KateL July 25, 2011

Wow! 5 Stars!! Loved, loved, loved this! I did add a little no salt Greek Seasoning instead of the salt and pepper, because I'm trying to cut my salt intake. The tomato basil salsa was fabulous! I halved the olive oil in it, and it was still fabulous. I am on a diet right now, and I didn't feel deprived at all eating this wonderful dish! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe! Made for Photo Tag!

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breezermom September 02, 2010

This was Awesome, hubby LOVED it and he isn't a huge fish lover. I used balsamic glaze in replacement of the vinegar. Also added green onions and parsley as I had them on hand. We loved it. Leftovers we had a whole wheat tortilla, smashed avocado, yellow pepper, halibut, shredded carrots with it all topped with the balsamic tomato salsa. mmmmmmmmm yum

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dwier August 29, 2015

This was SO good and SO fast and easy! My company just raved about it. Thanks so much for making me look good! :)

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Maven in the Making September 02, 2014

Lovely, clean, tasty dish. The simplicity and vibrant taste of the tomato salsa is a must to this fish recipe. I used fresh cod loins instead of the halibut, as halibut wasn't available at my local market. I also sprinkled some lemon juice over the top. A definate winner! Tagged it for the "I Recommend Tag game". Thank you IngridH for sharing.

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ForeverMama April 06, 2014

This is great! I used a grill pan and I did flip the fish. Loved the salsa which went perfect with the halibut. Served with Cabbage Slaw With Dill for a wonderful and healthy dinner. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ September 02, 2011

This is an amazing dish! I would give it 10 stars if that were possible. The freshness and sweetness of the tomato and basil are absolutely perfect with the smokiness of the grilled halibut. I used a fresh ground lemon pepper and kosher salt on the fish. I only used about 1 t of the olive oil and it still had plenty of sheen. Even DH who will normally only eat fish if it is fried really enjoyed this. Thanks so much Ingrid for a wonderful, healthy and simple dish!

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under12parsecs June 05, 2011
Grilled Halibut With Tomato-Basil Salsa