6 Reviews

The secret ingredient sure is good in this recipe. My husband loved it! I read the directions over and over and didn't see where it told to coat the fish first than fry it and than brush on the mayo/mustard mixture while frying, so I went ahead and tried it 2 different ways by flouring the fish with the flour mixture than added to hot oil and than brushed on the mayo/mustard mixture, Than I tried it by dipping in the mayo/mustard mixture first than into flour and than into the hot oil. Either way works fine and comes out the same. It is easiest by dipping in the mayo/mustard mixture than into the flour and than hot oil. I also found that it needed alittle more salt so I added a dash or two of kosher salt. I served this with Tasty Tartar Sauce and Extra Special Steamed Green Beans Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Marsha D. March 08, 2009

Second best halibut ever, first was in Alaska. Wonder if yours was skinned?

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susan August 05, 2015

Absolutely delicious. I generally use mayo, mustard and hot sauce as condiments for fried fish. The recipe is absolutely delicious. Thank you for the recipe. I'll definitely try it again. God bless.

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louiselevy34 June 29, 2015

I used frozen Perch, but was still really good.

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Connie Lea October 07, 2011

Fast and easy recipe. So good you don't need to squeeze any lemon on it!

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lmmellema July 13, 2009

Just prepared this meal and added salsa and it was great. Thanks for the recipe.

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CynGoogle March 18, 2009
Secret Fried Halibut