Very simple and very good.
The beauty of this dish is that you can make it during the week for an incredible, healthy dinner, or serve it for guests to impress. Simple ingredients combine to make a wonderful flavor. One of my favorites.
This is a sure hit! Everyone loved the flavors. I used a Cervina: like sea bass, and it was wonderful. Garnished the finished dish with chopped parsley.
Excellent and easy! I used baby heirloom tomatoes and served it over couscous. I did cut down on the amount of capers by half and I thought it was perfect.
excellent taste and easy. I had 14 oz can of cut up tomato (without juice) and some cut some small tomotatoes in. Did not use flour and added parsely to sauce for added flavor.
My husband loved it as is, without the capers (I didn't have any on hand). I think it would be better without flour too. Served with whole wheat linguini and a salad.
This is probably one of my favorite super easy and super fast fish recipes. I use the cherry sized colorful heirloom tomatoes and add freshly snipped chives. Sear roasting the fish really gives the dish great dimension.
Loved this recipe, first tested as written, made it again, change out the Halibut for Mahi-Mahi, removed the flour and sear-roasted per instructions. This is going on my menu rotation for my clients and personal use!!
Don't overdue the capers, otherwise a nice easy dish.
This is an absolutely delicious recipe! My husband and I had this for dinner tonight and we both said that it was a "keeper"! Easy to prepare and so tasty! Had it with brown rice and snow peas.
Very easy and flavor was okay. Too salty for me.
This was my first time cooking halibut and it was amazing. I didn't have cherry tomatoes so chopped up some romas, otherwise followed the recipe. I topped the finished dish with a little parmigiano. Served with wilted spinach and garlic bread. Yum.
Excellent! have served to friends with rave reviews.
Terrific, simple, fast, fresh tasting. All I added was a good sprinkling of fresh chopped Italian parsley. Fresh oregano or marjoram would work nicely as well.
Very simple. Substituted fire roasted tomatoes (canned) for the fresh tomatoes and it was fabulous.