This halibut recipe is really incredible! I haven't read through the rest of the reviews to know if anyone else has used lime to replace the lemon in this recipe. I did not have any lemon on hand but had lots of limes. I used the lime to replace all the lemon in this recipe. Not IF, but WHEN I make this again, I will definitely use lime again! It adds a new dimension of flavor! It is really, really very tasty. I knew the lime would work well because lime is served with fish tacos and I love it ~ so I didn't even give the substitution a second thought. This is great, Dawn!! Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful recipe!!
I used a bit more Hallibut, so a bit more ingredients, and served with rice/orzo and succotash. Delicious and a bit healthy too.
I might sugggest soaking the fish in milk for a bit and then using hte recipe, as this makes the fish soo tender:)
Absolutely delicious! I substituted diced shallots for the green onions. The cooking time and instructions were perfect and my whole family loved it. The topping covered 4 serving size pieces of halibut. Thanks for sharing.
This came out delicious - I think it would be great with any white fish. I left out the Tabasco and added some dill. Thanks for the great recipe!
I sliced an onion, melted some butter in the bottom of my baking dish and layered the onion slices over the butter. Then I cooked the fish as the recipe states. Delicious!!
Surprised at all these positive reviews. This was much too rich for the fresh halibut I had. I don't have a ton of experience with fish but I was apprehensive about this recipe b/c of all the mayo. Should have listened to my instincts. Fish was way over cooked and the sauce was much too much.
Nice recipe. DH reeeallly liked it. Used fresh chives from the garden. Thanks.
This was great! Will def. make again! Used chives in place of gr. onions, same difference (kinda). Thanks for sharing. Fish was nice and moist.
My husband tolerates fish, but generally doesn't rave about it. I picked up some really fresh rock cod at our local fishmonger and cooked it by this recipe. The only difference is that I foil wrapped the fish and steamed it in the oven instead of baking it, so it was very moist. My husband really loved this fish! He said it was the best he'd ever had--and he didn't even mind that he found a couple of bones in it (which is usually a huge put-off for him). I served it with Lemon Rice (75113) and some steamed asparagus. This one is going in my family-favorites recipe box. Delicious!!
While the recipe wasn't quite clear, baked it 12 minutes, spread sauce on and broiled until it was light gold. Never a fan of halibut in the past, I made this for my hubby and it was terrific...now I will always look for halibut at my fish counter too!