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Simple Halibut Croquettes

Simple Halibut Croquettes created by Mark T.

Great way to enjoy halibut and the kids love it!

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  • To cook the halibut I usually cut it up and put it in boiling water. When it rises to the top it is done.
  • Drain the halibut and flake with a fork.
  • Combine all ingredients except bread crumbs and lemon juice.
  • Shape into 6 individual croquettes and roll in bread crumbs.
  • Bake at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes, or until brown.
  • Serve plain, with lemon juice or with a sauce.
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  1. SarasotaCook
    Made for PAC 2010. First I would never boil my fish, just me. It needs to be seasoned. I grilled mine until lightly brown and tender. It didn't hold together, but it basically needed other binders. It was very bland even though I added some celery, onion and parsley and I still could of added a bit more flavor. I did mix and then chill before, but I just didn't like them. Sorry, they were just bland. There are ways to incorporate a light amount of seasoning and vegetables without taking away from the flavor of the fresh fish. I did serve them with a nice fresh remoulade sauce
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  2. Mark T.
    Simple Halibut Croquettes Created by Mark T.
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  3. Mark T.
    Simple Halibut Croquettes Created by Mark T.
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  4. Mark T.
    Great way to enjoy halibut and the kids love it!
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