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Fantastic Baked Halibut with Crazy Simple Sauce…

What is a fast easy way to cook fish?

For starters, fish is one of the fastest things you can cook. On the grill, poached, or baked like this recipe here, it cooks in about 10 minutes or less! Be sure to defrost first for best results. Do not overcook fish. Period. You can always cook it more if needed. Once it flakes easily, its done :) So check it often if necessary until you get a feel for the type of fish you are preparing and the cooking method you are using.

Without futher ado, I give you:
Fantastic Baked Halibut with Crazy Simple Sauce…

Combine ½ Cup Chopped onion, 2 cloves minced Garlic, 1 tsp minced ginger,
1 tsp lemon juice, ¼ tsp each ground corriander & chili powder in a small food processor and pulse until well combined. Add 2 Tbsp plain yogurt & pulse once more.

Pour the whole mess over Halibut or other firm white fish such as Cod or Orange Roughy
And bake covered in a non metalic dish at 375 for 8 minutes.
Remove cover, top with chopped fresh Cilantro and bake 8 minutes more until fish flakes easily. Do Not Over Cook J

Serve with pita bread & a sesonal vegetable (green beans, brocoli??) that you steamed while the fish was cooking.


Comment from Hungry Jenny
Time January 9, 2010 at 2:14 am

Mm, this sounds divine – and so simple! I always tend to leave fish under the grill for too long, need to work on that!

Hungry Jenny x

Comment from admin
Time January 10, 2010 at 10:43 pm

Let me know how the baked fish turns out for you Jenny. Try wrapping fish loosley in tin foil next time you grill
this will help keep it from drying out.

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