Salmoriglio, a garlicky southern Italian herb and lemon sauce, is a great match for seared or grilled fish. Any leftover sauce will keep for a couple of days in the fridge.
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Kaye55, I don't see breadcrumbs in the recipe or the photograph. I would like to view the recipe that you thought so highly of though.
This recipe for halibut was easy to make and delicious.I loved the bread crumbs on top of the fish and the green parsley that topped it. I will definitely make this recipe again.
Excellent, simple, quick, perfect fish dish. The simple sauce enhanced the fish with a wonderful fresh flavor. I wondered if I should have transferred the pan to the oven after browning the first side, but the fish was perfect cooked per the recipe.
I'd never heard of this sauce before, but how can you really go wrong with garlic, lemon, parsley and oregano? The mild halibut was a great foil for the sauce. What really surprised me was how much my daughter, who usually hates little green bits, liked the sauce-- she was practically lapping it up! All this and an easy recipe too-- definitely a keeper!
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