5 Reviews

I LOVED this! The only thing I did differently was: I skipped adding the water to the fish and just sauteed the fish in butter until it was cooked through. Also, I didn't have chives so I used chopped scallions. I served this over couscous for a delicious and health conscious meal (well... except for the butter!).Thanks for posting Heather.

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Miraklegirl May 03, 2005

Heather, this fish is delicious, the sauce is what makes it so yummy. We ate the whole thing. I did use orange roughy , cooked it & made sauce just like the recipe said, but used less black pepper. I will defintely be making this again. Thank you for posting the recipe.

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Barb Gertz February 09, 2004

In a word,FANTASTIC! I, too, didn't poach the fish, just browned it. The sauce was just terrific!

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theporros_4901433 July 18, 2011

This is very good! I think it could even be made as a broccoli and fish stir-fry.

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Kana December 14, 2004

This has a nice flavor and is easy to prepare. To give the fish a more lemon flavor, I added about 1 Tbsp lemon juice to the water when cooking the fish. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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PaulaG June 28, 2004
Honey Chive Codfish