Recipe by jalexandropoulos
"Moist and delicious halibut is baked in a creamy topping with green onions and dill. This is the perfect recipe for dinner parties. Everybody loves this dish!"
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halibut fillet, cut into 6 pieces
salt and ground black pepper to taste
green onions, chopped
dried dill weed
Really, really good! I made the recipe to a T - didn't change a thing and everyone loved it. Some paprika or seafood seasoning on the fish itself might be a nice touch. Next time, and there will be a next time!
I had some halibut stashed in the freezer and decided to give this a try. It was very good! I baked this in individual oval Corningware dishes, which helped to contain the yummy sauce. I didn’t think an oven temperature as high as 475 was necessary, so I baked mine at 400 degrees and they were perfectly cooked in 20-25 minutes. I think 20 minutes at 475 would have overcooked the fish. This is super easy and we enjoyed it.
This recipe is outstanding! I couldn't afford halibut, so I used cod instead. My entire family devoured this and requested that I make it again very soon. I was a little concerned that the sauce would be bland, but it was just right. I'll be watching for halibut to go on sale so we can try the recipe as intended, but until then, this will be in our regular rotation for other types of fish. Thanks for sharing!
I made 2 changes to this fish dish. Other wise I would give it 10 stars. First, picture me, in the market try to remember the ingreds for this dish. Confussed look, creased brow. You get the idea. I snagged a package of tilapia. Somehow thought of most of the nearly everything else. There was a Demo lady who was giving samples of fish, sprikled with Chef Moritos fish seasoning on it. WOW, that is Yummy! Second, got my bottle and headed home. Whipped up a great salsa. Darn! Forgot the dill weed for the fish.! What to use? Cilanrto. Gave a shake of the fish seasoning slathered on the spread and in the oven with tator tots they went. Mmmm, starting to smell good in here! Time to toast the corn tortillas. One of my DD's friends Happened to stop by. Funny how they Just Know huh? OK gang, dinners Ready!! My DS was a bit skeptical, so he only got. Well he ate 2 more for good measure! Hubby was home and before I could get the kids fed, he was RAVING about how good these were!! Keeper. Thanks Jalex.
Love this recipe it is fast, easy and really good! :)
Five stars hands down!!! Simply scrumptious!!!!
This was great! I used cod and forgot to mix in the dill, so I just sprinkled some on top before baking. Very tasty and different...will make again! Thanks for sharing. :)
Being a Midwesterner, my seafood cooking skills usually leave a lot to be desired. However, for our traditional fancy Christmas Eve dinner, my daughter asked for seafood. I used frozen halibut fillets from the grocery store (very, very pricey compared to even high quality beef steak, but this was a special occasion). This recipe was full-proof even for someone not used to cooking seafood. We loved the dill topping with the halibut and added a little paprika for color. All around great compliments from a crowd that eats seafood only rarely. I will try this in the future, but probably with a less expensive piece of fish.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Halibut Sitka
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 193
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