This is delicious, and I have made it many times since. We have used many types of fish as well as halibut, which I prefer.
This is delicious, and I have made it many times since. We have used many types of fish as well as halibut, which I prefer.
After reading the reviews about the grill catching fire, I decided to put the fish on non stick Reynolds wrap. I folded up all the corners and got an excellent crisp with all the flavor grilled in. My husband and I agree it was the best prepared halibut we've had! I too put the grill to high for 5 min then cooked one side on medium and then down to low.Read More
After reading the reviews about the grill catching fire, I decided to put the fish on non stick Reynolds wrap. I folded up all the corners and got an excellent crisp with all the flavor grilled in. My husband and I agree it was the best prepared halibut we've had! I too put the grill to high for 5 min then cooked one side on medium and then down to low.
I used an air cooker instead of grilling --- always too afraid they will fall apart. In lieu of the individual spices, I used Costco's salt free blend of spices.
Delicious! I used the grill and turned it on high for 5 min and then cooked them on low.
We tried this recipe and thought it was great, the seasonings were enough to taste but not overwhelm the mild fish. I did as one person suggested and made a container out of foil, sprayed lightly with pam. Leaving the foil open at the top you still get the outdoor flavor without having the fish fall apart. Sweed
I found this very hard to BBQ on the grill. The butter would cause flames when I tried to flip the fish over and could only cook on one side. But the flavour was pretty good.
Made this with Alaskan frozen cod fillets tonight in the oven at 450 for about 20 minutes. They were thinner fillets; maybe an inch tapering down to a quarter of an inch. I doubled it for 6, but it would have been fine without the doubling. Fantastic recipe! All seven of us liked it, from ages 2 to 39, and the oldest one is the pickiest with fish recipes. He said it was pretty good. I will make this again for sure.
Awesome flavored. I've made this a number of times and the only change was to reduce the butter by half and pan fry. Perfect!
Ok. The seasoning is spot on. Using butter on a mid-high grill is tricky. Recommend lower the grill to low to cook off some of the butter and then raising the the temp to high. Delicious!
Absolutely fab!!! We fish halibut and salmon every year and always looking for new recipes and modes of prep. For this recipe I used grilling sheets so there was no flare up, no mess, easy to clean. Fish was absolutely perfect!
Used this recipe in the past. Prepared by grilling fish, give it a quick sear and place on soaked wooden board like Alder. Excellent combination.
It caused a fire on my grill so won't be doing that again. The butter mixture smelled amazing so in going to try it in the Oven next time.
This turned out amazing on the charcoal BBQ; followed the recipe exactly. Did 6mins per side indirect, then a flash over direct to get the beautiful grill lines. Definitely adding this to the 'keeper list'!
The butter mix kind of just fell off on the grill. Was pretty disappointingly bland. Would probably try this on a pan/seared, but for grilling, I don't recommend it.
I tried it with aluminum foil and was very good. I garnished with a few bacon crumbles. Grilled on low for 6 minutes and then finished it on medium. The butter can still run out and ignite the flame. Watch closely. Very moist. Will make agin.
Only used 1/2 cup of butter and left out the sugar,
I'd make itagain.
Delicious and so easy! Very moist on the grill when cooked just right!
I will make it again, but will use some different spices, as this was rather too bland for me using the existing recipe.
Wow delish!!! I used Halibut, didn't use the sugar and used granulated onion instead of onion powder. Listened to those wise people before me and grilled using foil......will make this again and again!!
It was really easy to make. Would make it again
As simple as this is, it’s a fantastic recipe just don’t over grill it. We have grilled halibut many times and finally found a winner!
Due to my husband's dietary requirements, I used EVOO in stead of butter. Also, the halibut steaks were about 1 1/2"-2" thick and I only had 2 of them. So, I cut the recipe in half. I chose not to use the sugar. My grill flamed up a little when I first put the fish on. But, I had used canola oil on the grill grates right before putting the fish on them and again when I turned the fish. I also had the grill set at about half-way between medium and low. The fish was cooked perfectly at about 3 1/2 minutes on each side. I used the remaining mixture to brush on the side that was up and then the other side when I turned the steaks over. My husband, who is quite finicky (whether he admits it or not) really liked the fish (I don't like seafood at all). Plus, it was the first time I've ever cooked halibut. So, thank you very much for this recipe.
Delicious. We did this on the gas grill but on a piece of foil with a little butter rather than placing it,on the grill itself. Moist and delicious. Will make it,again!
I made just a couple of changes that I don't think affect the final outcome much: 1) I used fresh chopped dill from our garden and 2) I grilled the halibut first with just olive oil and then drizzled the sauce on when I served it. It was delicious.
We did use foil to cook it on the grill and that was a good choice. This is a new recipe for keeps!
Delicious. Excellent flavor.
Excellent! Mild meaty flavor. Grilled on non stick foil which I poked a holes in. The fish is meaty enough to cook on the grate for a bit,adds great flavor. Definitely will make for company in the future.
My son said that this recipe was a little bland, but I substituted a combination of olive oil and extra virgin olive oil for the butter, which probably takes away some of the richness, but is healthier, of course. I thought the halibut had a good flavor. I used Halibut filets from Costco. Although frozen, the fish quality was decent. I also like a heavier spice mix than that provided in this recipe. If you are one that appreciates subtle flavor, this recipe is just fine. It can certainly be healthy if prepared with olive oil and I will definitely have it again.
This was very delicious, and so easy! We used one of those copper grilling mats and the fish was perfect. There’s no flare up, or worry of losing pieces of fish between the grates if you use a mat.
After reading the reviews I decided to make the butter-lemon sauce on the side and added a bit onto the fish with some olive oil. I added a shallot instead of onion powder. The fish was moist and perfectly cooked on the grill by my husband.
Great recipe. Except I used Tilapia instead of Halibut, but it turned out great.
Didn’t enjoy it. Was disappointing. The butter constantly flared the grill and dried out the fish. Would not make again.
This was very good, even my picky husband enjoyed it!
Seriously good and super-easy to make. You can actually back off of the butter a bit. Yummy.
made this dish exactly as given and it was absolutely delicious and smelled wonderful while baking. i watched the bake time, as i halved the recipe for the two of us (10 min) and it was perfect!
I'm following the Whole30 plan so I uses ghee instead of butter.
Easy and great
There was so much butter that I decided to put the halibut on foil on the BBQ grill. We did like the flavors of the butter spread, even though I wish I hadn't run out of dill because I think that would have been perfect. This was good, but I wonder if it wouldn't have been better baked in the oven. Thanks for the recipe because we did like the flavors, just not the cooking method.
This was amazing! My new favorite recipe for halibut. Even my husband who doesn't like fish said it was really good.
We had a problem with our grill so I baked this at 375 for 25-30 minutes it was delicious and so moist. We will use this recipe again!
Will definitely make again! Light, flavorful and delicious... I opted to broil instead and it was moist and flaky.
I used juice and zest of one lemon, fresh parsley and fresh dill. This was really easy and good. I will definitely do it again.
Made this tonight for dinner. I never had halibut before. What a delicious fish & I'm not much of a fish person. It picked up the grill taste very nicely and the flavor was nice. I used half butter and half coconut oil, I thought there was too much butter. It was very good. The only thing i would do different is save some of the butter mixture and brush while it was cooking. Would make again. :)
Made it on stove top grill and turned out great. I omitted the sugar and dill Anna used a nice thick piece of fish. Delicious!
This is very quick and super tasty!! Friends and relatives rave about it! The only change to the recipe was to grill on top of aluminum foil. We will definitely make this again and again!
Made this on a cedar plank with a charcoal grill... Delicious, big hit, new family favorite!
This was so easy to make and very delicious! I use grill pads and that worked so well . The seasoning was just right.
This was quite good for being so simple. I baked the fish and then finished in the broiler since I don't have grill.
Incredibly easy for a delicious meal. Cooked stovetop on a cast iron griddle.
Per recipe for 1st attempt Cooked on grill in a basket and the butter slather was difficult to deal with Otherwise it was great
Yuk...we spent $20 on a piece of fish and could not eat it. Followed recipe exactly except cooked it on a cedar plank as some had mentioned. The flavor was really strange and we couldn't eat it
Worked great on my Traeger grill, just kept it on a wire rack skin side down(had filets, not steaks) and did not flip during cook. Gave it a quick finish under the broiler for slightly browned top. Delicious!
Use a digital thermometer and cook to 120 deg F. and it will be perfect everytime. Nice and moist. Great recipe.
I cut the butter down to 1 TBS and did not use sugar. Also used a grill pan on the stove. Yum!
Easy and delicious! Everyone in the family loved it. The butter does cause flames on the grill. I will tent each piece in tin foil the next time.
I used fresh lemon juice instead of lime. I also added these fresh herbs from my herb garden: 1 tablespoon of oregano and 1 tablespoon of rosemary, finely chopped. Add these herbs to the Butter sauce and pour over fish!
Very easy outstanding recipe!
The flavor was amazing. Left out the dill weed and grilled it right on the grill. No problems with sticking or too many flare ups.
This is a great way to cook almost all fish! We all love it! I have made it several times. I always use an foil pan to contain all the butter and no flare ups. Making it again tonight with grilled asparagus and grilled peaches. Yum!
The kids were mad I didn’t make more. I grilled on a cedar plank, so no flipping required.
I used lemon pepper instead of lemon juice & pepper. Pre-Heated the grill on high then grilled on low. Halibut turned out fantastic!
this was better than Fresh Company in Denver CO
This turned out fantastic and I will be making it again
I followed other reviewer’s recommendations and wrapped the fish in foil envelopes prior to putting the fish on the grill. My husband, two year old sons and I enjoyed the taste, but I also thought it was missing a little something - maybe more salt?
I have made 3 times and my family likes it so much they won't let me try a different recipe
Wonderful recipe. Followed the recipe step by step!
I needed to add salt and pepper, but overall pretty good.
This was the first time making halibut or any fish really and my family absolutely loved it!!!
This was a great recipe! I used the gril, and the fish was fatty enough with the butter (I basted both sides) that it didn't stick at all! This was excellent & will definitely be in our regular fish rotation.
I tried this on the grill and it flamed up terribly-had to hose it down and ended up trurning off the grill to finish. But it was good!
I added diced onion and basil. Smeared the mixture over the fish and let it sit in the fridge for about an hour before grilling. Very tasty.
Decreased salt for my heart healthy husband and it was still good! Easy to make! Will make it again!!
Since my Halibut still has skin on one side I put it on a water soaked cedar plank for about 13 minutes. I maybe the best thing I have Ever made!! Amazing!
I made this halibut recipe for dinner this evening, and everyone loved it. I will make it again and again. I was concerned it would not be great, at $20. a lb. but it was a big success. I did change a couple of things. The first thing I did differently was broil the fish, I also minced and sautéed a small onion instead of using onion powder. The seasonings used were just enough as to not take away from the mild taste of the fish.
Very easy prep and smooth, tasty Halibut is the result. Love it.
Great flavor, would have used a bit less butter, but otherwise the flavor was great. Used fresh Halibut from Costco, and used a copper grilling mat to keep the flare ups off of the fish. Worked out well. Fish was flavorful and moist, yet flaky after grilling. Served with asparagus and a white wine...bon appetit!