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|Calories250Calories from Fat80|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Padgett 9 months ago
I didn’t love this sauce. Sorry.
Eve’s Eats a year ago
It was super yummy! I would recommend maybe putting a small amount of oil in the pan to prevent the cod from charring but overall it was tasty
Shari D. a year ago
We loved this recipe. The marinade was amazing. The advice on how to cook the halibut was perfect. So excited to have a wonderful recipe for halibut.
Brenda Lee Lewis 2 years ago
This is a recipe I will use again. The only change I made was to warm the sauce slightly before basting the fish. The flavour enhanced the fish without overpowering it. The sauce browned the fish quicker than specified so I cooked it a little longer on lower heat. Moist and delicious.
Ndee 2 years ago
Used plaice instead of halibut very nice sauce
Kirk 2 years ago
Outstanding! When finalizing judge thickness to determine just how many additional minutes needed.
DeMarco 2 years ago
Delicious! I substituted olive oil for the butter and grilled it on the BBQ 4 minutes per side. Turned out fabulous.
lila h. 2 years ago
Don’t think I would make it again. The pan got too hot and really charred both sides and also dried the fish out. Would try again but think oven a better bet for me. Not fond of sauce either.
Suzanne D. 3 years ago
This came out great! We actually cooked it in a cast iron pan; flipping frequently. Our picky eater rated it a "9000 out of 10- BEST FISH ever!" The halibut came out really moist and with a perfectly balanced flavor. This marinade would also be wonderful on Salmon, Chicken, or Pork. My only suggestion is to double the recipe, so that there can be some extra sauce to drizzle on veggies, or rice. Thanks so much for posting this. We will definitely be adding it into our menu rotation.