By MizzNezz on February 02, 2002
Photo by alleyc
Photo by alleyc
"Wonderful for a busy day. Delicious!!"
Serving Size: 1 (182 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Made this for my husband's birthday today and it was very tasty, and incredibly easy. I didn't have Italian breadcrumbs, so I used panko and added some paprika and pepper, and two cloves of crushed garlic, the parsley, salt and pepper. I think I might have overcooked it at 25 minutes, but it was still quite delicious. Everyone ate every last bite on their plates, but my sister-in-law said she'd only give it four stars since it wasn't moist enough. Might have been the fish, or the length of time I cooked it. I really enjoyed."
"Inez, this recipe is delicious! So easy, so tasty! My seafood market was out of Halibut so I used Cod. I am definitely keeping this recipe and will be trying it with the Halibut and will also use Cod again. Thank you Inez ; )"
"Pretty tasty. I made a few changes. I dried then buttered both sides of the halibut, then sprinkled it with parm cheese, bread crumbs, garlic powder with parsley, salt and pepper. They were big pieces so I covered it with foil for the first 25 minutes, checked cooked for another 10, checked and then another 3 minutes. It was pretty good - the kids 3/5 ate with no problems. Thanks"
"This was a very good recipe. So quick to make. Thanks for posting."
"As all the others said, this is a great and simple recipe. I made a few changes - instead of breadcrumbs I used panko. In the panko I added some herbs (rosemary, thyme, oregano, etc), some dried chili flakes, garlic powder. I didn't sprinkle this on - I coated the halibut with the butter, and then coated it with the panko mixture. Once on the dish to bake in the oven I sprinkled it with grated parmesan. I wasn't sure how it would turn out, but it was a.m.a.z.i.n.g!! It definitely will be a staple dish!!!"
"I rated this 5 starts for being a very tasty, very easy and very low risk way to prepare an expensive cut of fish. I've never made halibut filets before, and after searching though a number of recipes decided on this one. What a great choice. Even the thirteen year old who doesn't eat fish loved it! Changed nothing in the recipe.
As a side, we had one filet left, so I tried the Mexican Ceviche recipe with it, and that was a hit, as well! http://www.food.com/recipe/mexican-ceviche-8899
"Great! made for dinner we loved it."
"Thanks for a great easy recipe. I used homemade Italian breadcrumbs and omitted the parlsey because I was out. Used it on halibut my parents' gave me that they caught in Alaska. Thanks for sharing!"
"Perfect! Thank you!"
"very tasty. Didnt have italian bread crumbs so I just added oregano pepper and onion powder to regular bread crumbs, along with the other suggested herbs, I this will go good with chicken too, thanks"
"Delish!! Just perfect!!!"
"This was so fantastic that I ate a 1/2 pound serving by myself! :) I used half bread crumbs/ half almond meal (I like nutiness), I also used olive oil instead of butter and fresh chopped garlic. This was refreshing and wonderful for lunch! Thank you."
"The fish was delicious in spite of the fact that we overcooked it! I made bread crumbs out of whole wheat bread from a recipe on eHow, then added Italian seasoning. Instead of the 1/2 tsp salt, I just sprinkled the fish with kosher salt before putting it in the oven."
"Lovely taste-my whole family loved it and asked if we could have it every week ! Thanks"
"I have made this recipe twice. I thought it was delicious and simple."
"Good simple recipe. Use panko breadcrumbs for an even crispier crunch."
"Very easy and good fish recipe. The halibut was perfectly cooked in 25 minutes. I did find the seasoning a bit salty though. Also, I think it needed a little lemon juice."
"I have made this 4 times and it is one of my all-time favorite fish recipes! It is so easy and comes out perfect every time. Wouldn't change a thing. Thanks MizzNezz"
"Quick, easy, and tasty, thanks."
"What a wonderful way to prepare halibut. The breadcrumbs and garlic powder are a perfect topping for the fish -- they do not overpower the sweetness of the halibut. Very simple, easy and quick to prepare."