By breezermom on May 12, 2010
Photo by morgainegeiser
Photo by morgainegeiser
"Although the original recipe calls for Halibut, I've found that any firm, white fish will work. If your fish is frozen, soak it in milk to help remove the frozen "fishy" taste. This is an easy recipe that comes together fast. Except for the fish, most people will have all the other ingredients on hand. I love this after a hard work day....quick, easy, and delicious! Original recipe is from the "Reflections of the West" cookbook, but I've made a few changes."
Serving Size: 1 (141 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I made this today, and I was a bit hesitant about how this would taste--mayonnaise and sour cream together on fish? But it turned out to be amazing!! Fish was succulent and juicy, loved it!!"
"My husband thought it was better than any eatery. I had to sub onion powder for green onions and fresh parmesan for cheddar--used Mahi Mahi--it was a keeper."
"Quick and easy and delicious. We like it both with and without the cheese."
"Excellent recipe! I needed something quick and easy for Mahi Mahi and was pleased to find this recipe with only good reviews. My family enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing."
"Good and Cheap!!!"
"Excellent! Quick, easy, inexpensive, and delicious!"
"I made this for dinner last night. Very easy and tasty! I might decrease the mayo next time but other than that, the only change I made was to increase the green onions. Low carb and delicious. Yum! Even my 9 yr old liked it. :)"
"This is a very nice fish recipe. I adjusted it for the gluten challenge for ZWT 2011 by using homemade mayo that is gluten free and using gluten free sour cream. The sour cream, lemon and mayo make a very nice final coating on the fish. I used fresh Michigan whitefish from the local fish market."
"This was so delicious. I made roughly half, and my fillets were rather thin, so I adjusted cooking times a bit. The sauce was so good that I lied and said there was no more and poured the rest of it over my boiled potatoes. I did not sprinkle lemon juice on the fillets, just used it in the sauce. It's a very easy recipe, very doable on a workday. Also served glazed Brussels sprouts."
"One of the best fish recipe I tried! And I have tried lots! Unforgettable sauce to go with my red snapper fillets. I didnt have any spring onion with me, and thought it might distract the rich creamy texture that was already so good on it's own. The mayo gives the dish an addictive sweetness to the sour cream. I added some yoghurt I had on hand to compensate for limited sour cream i had left over, a dash or 2 of tobasco, and added quite a generous splash of chardonnay. Topped with parmesan cheese and served with a raw mushroom and parsley side dish for a truly gourmet meal!"
"Yummy way to make halibut! I had frozen it, so I did soak it in milk first. Made it with recipe #305156 for a great supper! I did find it took about 7 minutes for the sauce to get melt-y in my oven. Made for ZWT #6!"
"Wonderful fish dish. I used mahi-mahi, low fat mayo and sour cream and omitted the salt. Quick to make and very enjoyable. Thanks for sharing! ZWT6"
"This is really an outstanding fish dish!!! I used Talapia and low fat versions of mayo and sour cream. The flavour was just amazing - this is definitely a keeper recipe!! I served it with Recipe #424630. Thanks for sharing. Made by a fellow Unruly / ZWT 6"
"This was FANTASTIC! We are on Weight Watchers so I used fat free sour cream, light mayo, and fat free cheddar and it was still amazing. I did add in a little bit of lemon rind to the sauce as well. We used halibut for ours. Oh and in case other Ww members were curious my Dh and I each ate half (2 servings each) for 9pts a piece. Served with some lemon pepper oven fries for the perfect meal!"
"excellent! I used Mahi Mahi and the flavor was outstanding - quick and easy. Thanks for sharing :)"