5 Reviews

What the recipe is missing is the essential ingredient- an acid, like lemon juice or vinegar, that coagulates the proteins and changes the texture of the fish, making it more lobster like. Sugar is optional, and a cup is far too much.

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michael edelman March 26, 2006

A really great way to cook Halibut, better than breading and defrying. My husband loved it and wants me to make it again. Thank you!!!

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Marleenyvonneamundson January 03, 2011

Delicious! Thanks. :-)

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hello.paul May 14, 2009

This works pretty well. It'll sort of satisfy of lobster craving. The sugar makes the halibut sweet like lobster, but I think a bit too sweet. You definitely need to salt the dipping butter to balance the taste. Thanx for posting this!

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*Parsley* April 21, 2006

I won't rate this recipe because I didn't use halibut, I used cod. I didn't really taste much flavor in the fish. I will try it sometime with halibut.

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Sharon123 September 13, 2003
Poor Man's Lobster