Yield
2 servings (serving size: 1 fillet, about 1 tablespoon sauce, and 1 lemon wedge)

Panko has recently become widely available, so you should find it in your grocery store—either with the other dry breadcrumbs or in the Asian foods section.

How to Make It

Step 1

To prepare sauce, combine the first 6 ingredients.

Step 2

Place flour in a shallow dish. Place panko in another shallow dish. Place egg white in another shallow dish.

Step 3

Sprinkle fish evenly with salt and garlic powder. Working with 1 fillet at a time, dredge fish in flour, shaking off excess. Dip fish into egg white, allowing excess to drip off. Coat fish completely with panko, pressing lightly. Set aside. Repeat procedure with remaining fish, flour, egg white, and panko.

Step 4

Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add oil to pan, swirling to coat. Add fish to pan; reduce heat to medium, and cook 4 minutes on each side or until browned and fish flakes easily when tested with a fork or until desired degree of doneness. Serve with sauce and lemon wedges.

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Ratings & Reviews

taylesworth's Review

user
February 20, 2010
Tasty, easy to make, and, with appropriate side dishes, elegant enough for company. But I'll continue to make this just for myself even if I don't have visitors!

user's Review

pmarie
January 21, 2010
I made this with grouper and it came out perfect. The remoulade is very tasty. Overall easy recipe. I've added it to my repertoire.

pmarie's Review

WMortG
August 28, 2009
Not only is this a great basic halibut recipe, but the remoulade is versatile enough to go with many seafood dishes. It is rich, flavorful, and so much better than restaurant/store bought tartar sauces.

WMortG's Review

taylesworth
December 04, 2008
Used sea bass instead of halibut, and it was wonderful. The breading was perfect and the remoulade added a burst of flavor. I'd make this for company in a heartbeat.

CyndiH's Review

CyndiH
November 29, 2008
I used (previously frozen) mahi mahi fillets, and this was a delight. The highllight of the dish is the remoulade, which was much like a tartar sauce - but richer. The recipe made enough for 3 fillets, and we even had some left over. I recommend you taste it before you slather it on the fish, as you could easily use too much