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