Sound good. But where are the rest of the directions? It tells you to combine 1st 5 ingredients then tells you nothing about what to do with the remaining ingredients. I will give it a better rating once I try it or the directions become more complete. ..which ever comes 1st.
I used just the sauce, as well, with poached Cod. It was very easy to make and I served it with steamed broccoli but it didn't go over well. The flavor just wasn't what I had hoped for at all. It was disappointing and now I have two more fillets and we don't want anything to do with them.
This was really good and very easy to prepare. I'd like to try it with tilapia, using less water for poaching. Halibut is wonderful but expensive. I'd definitely serve it to guests. We had this with parmesean couscous and steamed broccoli.
Delicious, citrusy and bright; this sauce complemented the halibut very well. I would have cut back the lemon juice in the sauce, though- it did have a tendency to overpower the fish. Will cook again with less lemon juice.
In spite of the fact that I slightly over-poached the fish, this recipe was amazing! Served it on St Patrick's day for a guest. We all enjoyed it, and I especially liked the brightness of the herbs and lemons. I bought dover sole instead of halibut, served it with mashed potatoes and irish soda bread and a salad.
Loved this recipe! Very fresh, light, and fast! I also used Meyer Lemons. We served this with linguini, which was great with the sauce.
Made this for a special family dinner to rave reviews. Sauce is bright and flavorful, adds just the right pep to the rich halibut. Easy to make and appropriate for company. Made it with roasted fingerling potatoes and haricot verts. Leftovers were delicious.
I made only the sauce and put it on grilled swordfish; it is excellent. Bright, fresh, well balanced, a nice citrusy accent to the rich fish. I followed the sauce recipe exactly. Easy enough to make for a weeknight dinner--took just a few minutes. (I used Meyer lemons from our tree, so it might be less sweet with Eureka lemons.) Served with grilled eggplant and brown jasmine rice.