Introduction

This is an adaptation of the Heavenly Halibut recipe I came across on Allrecipes. I think this is a better way to ensure that the delicious Halibut meat cooks evenly, and the Swiss cheese adds a nice flavor that does not overpower the delicate meat. Hubby loved it!

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Swiss Cheesy Halibut


  • Author: Liz Reynolds
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 25 mins
  • Total Time: 40 mins
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x

Description

This is an adaptation of the Heavenly Halibut recipe I came across on Allrecipes. I think this is a better way to ensure that the delicious Halibut meat cooks evenly, and the Swiss cheese adds a nice flavor that does not overpower the delicate meat. Hubby loved it!


Ingredients

• 1 lb Halibut fillet, skin on (it will be a long thin piece of fish, as Halibut is a HUGE fish!)
• 1/2 c grated Swiss cheese
• 2 T butter, softened
• 3 T mayonnaise
• 2–3 T lemon juice
• 3 T chopped scallions
• 1/4 t Michigan Made Miracle Blend (or salt)
• 2–3 dashes hot pepper sauce


Instructions

• Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
• Mix the swiss cheese, butter, mayo, lemon juice, scallions, salt & hot pepper sauce in a small bowl.
• Place the fish, skin down, in a small oblong baking dish and sprinkle with Miracle Blend.
• Bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes.
• Remove and turn the oven broiler on.
• Pour the swiss cheese sauce over the fish and place under the broiler.
• Broil until the top bubbles and has turned a light golden brown. Remove and enjoy!


Notes

The sauce that surrounds the fish will probably burn and make for a more difficult clean up. You may consider using a disposable aluminum pan within a glass baking pan, or on a cookie sheet. I have not yet tried parchment paper, that may be another option.

  • Category: Seafood
  • Method: bake/broil
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: Seafood, Halibut

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