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This recipe is so good. I made it on mothers day and my husband loved it.
Is the fish to be baked skin-side up?
Is the fish to be panko’ed on both sides?
I have very little experience with fish. Thanks so much for saying to what temperature it should be baked!
Thank you for this recipe.
Hi, Art! Emma here, managing editor for Simply Recipes. Look for skinless fillets; if you can’t find skinless, then bake them skin side down. Just put panko on the top. Enjoy!
Thank you for your informative and kind reply.
I am an experience (home) cook; lately, have gotten into a rut and want to try new, simple home-style recipes. I have found them here! Can’t wait to try the halibut with veges and the simple cabbage soupl Thank you for this web site.
You’re welcome Jeani!
This recipe came out great! I did substitute haddock for the halibut because it was so much cheaper! I also added green beans and feta on the side.
Looks so summery.
This dish is so pretty! Love halibut, as well as all the other ingredients so, can’t wait to try this recipe. Thanks for the detailed instructions.
Especially those red peppers! And I need all the help with dinner inspiration that I can get =)
I like your comment about your mom and summer. Where I grew up the second Tuesday of July was Fair Day. My Mom always said that was the last day of summer. She would never give a reason for thinking that. Thanks for jogging my memory. I am looking forward to giving this fish a try. Sounds great all flavours I like.
Hubby is a huge fan of fish.
Thanks for this easy one-pan recipe :)
A delicious and healthy dish. I adore fish!
I am getting addicted to this website with so many fab recipes!