5 Reviews

I adopted you for Pick A Chef, Spring 2007. We like a big garlic flavour so I minced the garlic cloves and like others, reduced the amount of olive oil. This made a wonderfully tasty dinner and I will be making it again to go with summer salads soon. Please see my rating system: 4 stars for lovely taste and ease of making... so simple, so easy. Thanks!

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kiwidutch April 25, 2007

I halved the amount of oil and water to cut down on the calories; also I was using fairly small halibut fillets. I also pressed the garlic before adding (Katia informed me by email that she doesn't do this, but would if she didn't have family members who aren't that crazy about garlic). The result was a very simple tasty dish that will be a definite standby in my kitchen.

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echo echo March 26, 2007

This was very nice. I reduced the olive oil and water also as suggested by others and it worked great. I also used lemon pepper to inhance the flavor and it worked out well. Thanks for sharing.

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~Nimz~ March 17, 2007

I followed Susie D and reduced the amount of olive oil and water by half. My fillets were down way before the 30 or 40 minutes. In place of the salt and pepper, I sprinkled the fish with lemon pepper which reduced the amount of sodium and gave the fish a little more lemon flavor. DH and I enjoyed this served with corn on the cob and steamed vegetables.

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PaulaG February 22, 2007

This was a nicely flavored fish recipe. The garlic & lemon really came through. I did make a few changes....reducing the water & oil by half to accommodate my thinner pieces of fish. This also reduced the cooking time and left flaky fish. I also added lemon zest. Thank you katia for sharing your recipe!

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Susie D June 06, 2006
Halibut With Garlic