"Rich, cheesy topping goes perfectly with mild flavored halibut." — chellebelle
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grated Parmesan cheese
chopped green onions
hot pepper sauce
skinless halibut fillets
HELPFUL TIPS NOT MENTIONED: This simple dish always makes people think you've got MAD cooking skills which is great if you're trying to impress the in-laws. I bake this at 375 for 15 min., check on it with a fork (to see if it flakes easily), and follow it up with a few minutes under the broiler. Perfect every time and as you can tell from my picture, I had no burning! Served it with another easy but impressive dish "Colleen's Potato Crescent Rolls." Many people think Pillsbury crescents are the best and should not be substituted ....until they try these. ;)
Sorry, but we just didn't find the flavor to be that good.
I will however play with the recipe because it looks pretty good with less mayo and butter.
Doubled the sauce, baked at 425 for 20 mins. Used freshed Alaskan Halibut and this was wonderful. Served over pasta with a salad. Easy to do on a weeknight.
Excellent base recipe. Here are my modifications: Added a few shakes of Louisanna hot pepper sauce for kick, omitted the onions, added a bit of dill, celery salt and parsley. My dish did not work well under the broiler so I baked it at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. Will be regular at our house.
This recipe makes the best halibut meal I've ever tasted. This is a five star dinner recipe. My wife and I raved about this and vowed to make at least once a week. It was so good that we made it two days in a row!! I didn't change anything and it was perfect. Make sure the halibut is flakey before putting the sause on. Mine took nine minutes the first time and ten the second time. It depends on how thick the cuts are. Then return it to the oven for two more minutes. PERFECT!
This is a wonderful recipe! I sprinkled a few bread crumbs on top of the cheese mixture. I will most definitely make this again and again.
Neither my husband or I particularly like fish - but we love this! I have used tilapia and red snapper - we have enjoyed it all. I have also served for company who LOVES fish, and the raved about this. Although I pretty much make it "as is" some of the others reviewers suggestions seem appropriate too!
I have to agree with everybody. I made no changes and loved this fish. I can't believe the calorie count, it was so rich tasting.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 125
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