Garlic-And-Herb Oven Fried Halibut

"Well most of it's done in the oven! The original recipe is from Cooking Light but I've made a couple modifications. While the fish is baking I deglaze the frying pan with a flavored vinegar (I use a tequila-lime vinegar) and a little water, then top the fish with the sauce before serving. Here's a great resource for more ideas on deglazing http://www.foodnetwork.com"
 
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Ready In:
45mins
Ingredients:
11
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 450°F.
  • Combine first 5 ingredients in a shallow dish.
  • Place eggs in a shallow dish.
  • Place flour in a shallow dish.
  • Sprinkle fish with salt and pepper.
  • Dredge fish in flour.
  • Dip in egg mixture.
  • Dredge in breadcrumb mixture.
  • Heat 1 tablespoon oil in skillet over medium-high heat.
  • Add 2 fish fillets; cooks 2-3 minutes per side or until browned.
  • Place fish on foil lined baking sheet coated with cooking spray.
  • Repeat process with remaining olive oil and remaining fish.
  • Bake at 450°F for 6 minutes or until fish easily flakes when tested with a fork or until desired doneness.
  • While fish is baking, deglaze the frying pan with flavored vinegar over medium-high heat. Add a little water to thin the mixture and drizzle over the fish before serving.

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Reviews

  1. bigbadbrenda
    Delish is all that I can say Thanks for posting. Made for Zwt6 for the xtra hot dishes.
     
  2. Midwest Maven
    This was super easy to make and looked so pretty with the parsley and basil in it, yum! Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT 6 Queens of Quisine!
     
  3. HeySchloopy
    Easy, flavorful and unique. I made a few changes: egg whites instead of the whole egg, orange roughy instead of halibut, white wine vinegar. I think I let the vinegar reduce too much because I didn't have enough. But what I was able to get on the fish really made it pop, so be sure to watch it and pull it off the fire as soon as it is ready. Also, I forgot to season the fish before breading so it was a little bland. Great recipe, I will make again!
     
  4. nkoprince08
    This is an awesome and easy recipe for cooking halibut. It was very crunchy and had a great taste. I always worry about cooking fish as I hate when it has a strong fishy taste, but this was great!!
     
  5. mersaydees
    This is very fast and easy to put together for so much flavor! And it halved very nicely. It can be difficult to find halibut in my area, so I substituted tilapia with the help of our grocer's fish expert. I did find panko at a Boston deli, and it went very well with this. I used tarragon flavored vinegar -- the deglazing at the end is such a nice touch! Thanks, Galley Wench! Made for ZWT4.
     
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  1. HeySchloopy
    Easy, flavorful and unique. I made a few changes: egg whites instead of the whole egg, orange roughy instead of halibut, white wine vinegar. I think I let the vinegar reduce too much because I didn't have enough. But what I was able to get on the fish really made it pop, so be sure to watch it and pull it off the fire as soon as it is ready. Also, I forgot to season the fish before breading so it was a little bland. Great recipe, I will make again!
     

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