Peppered Halibut Steaks

  • EllenFL Posted: 10/16/09
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    Couldn't believe how good this was with so few ingredients! Enjoyed by kids and adults alike. Used less pepper than recommended because had less halibut, and thought would be too peppery, but was delicious. Would serve for company. Served with steamed brussel sprouts, corn on cob, and mashed sweet potatoes with cinnamon.

  • melman Posted: 04/04/09
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    It was very good but it was not the best halibut I have every had. The pepper was good but I thought it needed more flavor and would have liked to add something to kick it up a notch.

  • dmjordan Posted: 04/08/09
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    One star for each time my husband complimented me on this fish. Easy, fast and delicious!

  • dsteen Posted: 07/16/09
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    I used MahiMahi and Ahi and this was fantastic! I can't wait to try it with some Opah. It's perfect for just a quick dinner and last minute guests. Served it with a red cabbage slaw and baby reds.

  • JoshyStevenson Posted: 11/10/10
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    Good one i liked it

  • mellyboy Posted: 08/15/11
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    Good recipe but I agree with melman, it needed something else.

  • Whygal Posted: 09/24/12
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    I am always looking for new ways to prepare halibut since we relocated to Seattle and this one is a keeper--very easy and delicious. I had it with a slice of lemon and my husband wanted a sauce for his. I made a quick remoulade of light sour cream, canola mayo, finely grated lemon peel, a squeeze of lemon juice and a dash of cayenne pepper which he liked. I served the halibut with Creamy Parm Orzo (a CL recipe) and a saute of red and yellow peppers, garlic and zucchini. A great meal and I would definitely serve to guests!

  • Boudica Posted: 09/29/13
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    Very good, but too much pepper for our tastes. Next time I will probably use about 1/2 the rub.

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