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I love this rub, I followed the instuctions except I didn't add the salt. I just put that on before lightly because of my high blood pressure.

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Luke Warm November 24, 2010

Blackened fish taste without getting the house all smokey! Next time I'll coat both sides of the fish, as I am a spice lover. We enjoyed this very much....thanks for sharing the recipe.

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breezermom October 17, 2010

It was okay. cooked it on foil in the barbeque as halibut is quite a fragrant fish and the house seems to absorb the smell.

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linrinblue August 17, 2009

5 star plus. I was worried when I slide this into the oven that the spice would overpower the halibut - Not so - It is perfect to enhance the flavor of the fish. I am so glad that I made the whole spice recipe because it will be a favorite - I didn't use any butter and still Mmmm I placed a piece of foil lightly over the fish for the first 5 minutes of broiling so the spices didn't get too dark. Annacia this recipe will be used over & over again both on halibut and other fish Thanks for posting

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Bergy June 11, 2009

This was fantastic! It was my first time eating halibut and it was very delicious. Even my daughter, who is notoriously picky, love this. She thought the combination of spices is what made the dish. She was right. Will definitely make this again

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Cookin'woman January 29, 2008

Made a few alterations: I used tilapia and cooked it stove top on a griddle. And then I served each fillet on a large flour tortilla and each person made their own burrito with lettuce, tomato and salsa. Yum!

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Mama Cee Jay June 22, 2007

I thot this spicy fish was yummy good & so easy to fix! I admit to using haddock in place of the halibut & going a little light on the cayenne for the sake of my DH & his tender Icelandic palate. I used a sml sieve to spread the spice mix over the fish fillets as evenly as I could & gave mine a heavier dose than I gave to DH. He liked it too & tasted mine, but then said his lighter version was perfect for him. I am so happy to have the spice mix leftover & plan to use it liberally on my fish, chicken, etc. I esp like the Cajun blackened genre & this gets me closer to it than my No Atlantic locale permits. Thx for sharing this w/us (mostly me!).

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twissis February 12, 2007
Spicy Halibut