This is one of those surprisingly simple dishes that works well for a family dinner and for company. Here, the quick-cooking halibut is in perfect harmony with the salty prosciutto, and the fresh sage gives the delicately-flavored fish the boost it needs.
Really lovely- simple to prepare yet so elegant and delicious. The flavors compliment the delicate halibut without overpowering it.
The sage leaves were a fun and tasty addition. Served it with a mixed rice pilaf, sautéed Swiss Chard with pine nuts and a touch of garlic and anchovy. A big hit and will be making this again!
Really yummy. I cooked too long... so really just 15 min! My son got called off work and I had an extra catfish fillet in the freezer.... he loved the catfish with this recipe but my husband tasted my son's dish and hated it. The halibut.... delicious. I served it with wild rice/hazelnuts: https://www.finecooking.com/recipe/wild-rice-with-dried-cranberries-hazelnuts?cid=32442#jump-to-recipe-reviews
Absolutely spectacular and fool-proof recipe. Excellent. Rave reviews from my guests.
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