This was tasty and a 4 oz fish serving is only 3 points on Weight Watcher. I replaced 1/3 of the broth with white wine and used sweet onions instead of leeks.
Tasty but probably won't make it again with the broth. I might steam the fish on longer cut leeks with a bit of broth or use a bamboo steamer.
I wouldn't normally put "fish" and "comfort food" in the same sentence, but would for this dish! Not only was it scrumptious, but it was easy to make and the flavors elegant enough that I would not hesitate to make this for company. I typically find mint a distracting flavor but, as an earlier reviewer said, don't overlook it in this recipe. I made this exactly as written, including the soba noodles. Wouldn't change a thing.
My favorite recipe ever. Love the flavors, they are mild and fresh. Wouldn't change anything about the recipe. Don't omit the fresh mint!
Very Good. I made this with roasted fingerling potatoes on the side instead of the soba noodles, only because I needed to use them up and didn't have time to go to the store to buy the soba. I thought it had a wonderful flavor and very simple to make. I think I overcooked the fish, but it still came out moist.
I served this dish with the recommended radish and snowpea salad. It was perfect. I used walnut oil, but I omited the rice wine vinegar and sugar and just added freshly squeezed lemon juice to the walnut oil until I thought it was balanced enough.
This meal was easy, healthy, impressive and satisfying. I recommend this highly. I made it for a friend who didn't think she liked Halibut. This dish totally changed her mind!
I will definitely make it again. I substituted for salmon and reduced the poaching liquid much more than called for at the end. The sauce was silky and delicious.
A delicious, light dinner. We swapped out the Halibut for Chilean Sea Bass and it worked perfectly. We'll definitely be making this recipe again!
Outstanding. My lovely bride said it was worthy of a good Asian restaurant. Light, extremely healthy and fresh. Really, really good.
Easy and very yummy. I used half the amount of fish, kept other ingredents the same, but added lots of soba noodles. Definitely a dish I will make again.
Absolutely delicious! Love, love this recipe! I've made it many times and will continue to do so on a regular basis.
great recipe. the size of the fish serving is large so decreasing the size of the portion would be my only recommendation. we love this one.
Made it for two in my 3 quart All Clad saucepan with two pieces if Chilean Sea Bass. I halved all of the ingredients and the results were delicious! The mint adds a nice touch.