The halibut’s smooth, buttery texture is accented here by the sharp brininess of the clams. Be sure not to overcook the halibut; its texture is best when the fish is just barely cooked through
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To make it a complete meal, serve with a green side salad and Steamed Jasmine Rice.
We really enjoyed this dish. The leeks and mushrooms are a perfect compliment to the fish. Our grocery store was out of Halibut so we used Mahi Mahi. I think any thicker mild white fish would work well in the dish. The only complaint I would have is that the recipe recommends rice which we made. The rice diluted the dish and I would not recommend adding it. We did add crusty bread to go with the sauce which was very good. The recipe is a definite keeper and very quick to make.
This is a wonderful recipe. I made it several times and it always works perfectly. It's even possible to reheat it the day after and it still turns out delicious.A bit expensive given the price of halibut but so worth it.
This is amazing! The combination of halibut, mushrooms, clams, and leeks makes for a very nice flavor and texture profile.
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