Halibut With Ginger & Garlic

"Simple tasty way to serve haibut. You may also cook other fish with this recipe"
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  • Spray a non stick skilled with veggie oil and heat until very hot but not smoking.
  • Add the filets ond brown them skin side down for 2 minutes (if skinless only brown for a minute and you may want to turn the heat down) Add onion, green onions, garlic, ginger& pepper flakes, cook 1 minute.
  • Reduce heat and flip the fish add wine sugar& broth.
  • Cover pan and simmer for apprx 8 minutes or until the fish is done, it will flake if checked with a fork.
  • Serve with some of the onions.
  • and sauce over the fish.

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  1. Derf2440
    My brother in law loves you Bergy!! He says this is the best halibut he's had in ages. We loved it too. The ginger, garlic, chili pepper flakes and onions gave the fish a wonerfull bite and a superb taste!! Just the right amount of everything and perfect cooking time. A great Good Friday dinner, thanks for sharing a keeper!! This will go in my hard copy!!
  2. DrunkenCherry
    I had to take care of some unexpected business and didn't have enough time to make my ginger glazed halibut, so I've decided to try this one - good reviews & not time consuming. Huge mistake! This dish was mediocre at best - taste of fish was lost in the spices, texture was of a salad bar quality... My beautiful filet of halibut was wasted. If not for the garnish I've made, I would have to through it away and make something else. I'm at awe of all the 5-star reviews. I don't know what these reviewers like, but I would never ever make this dish again!!!
  3. CeliaW8
    Yum -- I didn't have broth (thought I did), but I used the same measurement of cream of chicken soup, and it made a delicious sauce for the fish. This is a recipe I will save. I'm sure if I served it for guests, they would think I had really worked hard.
  4. Mama Q
    subbed chili paste for the flakes because that was all we had on hand. Lovely fish recipe that I will make again.
  5. chakrates
    Didn't have the scallions, forgot the chile, and it was still utterly delicious! And almost ridiculously easy if you have a food processor.


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