This is a recipe for Heavenly Halibut, broiled halibut fillets topped with mayonnaise, butter, green onion and Parmesan cheese. A rich combination that’s a beautiful topping for sweet mild flavored halibut. If you’re looking for easy fish dinner recipes, give this one a try. It’s delicious in a very heavenly way.
Inspiration for This Baked Halibut with Mayonnaise
Years and years…and years ago, Black Eyed Pea restaurant came on the scene as an attractive and affordable destination for office lunches with coworkers.
We seemed to choose the restaurant at least once a week. Homestyle menu options and classic comfort food were a natural draw for that culinary era of the 80’s.
And while not perfectly what one would call clean eating, it made a healthier lunch selection.
I tried for years to recreate the dish, somewhat unsuccessfully, that is until I found this version.
Although the recipe didn’t reference the restaurant, it comes very close to what I had there. Halibut topped with a lemony Parmesan mayonnaise topping, is truly a delicious and easy fish dinner recipe.
This recipe will work on other white fish fillets. Cod would be a good choice. Cod is a thinner fillet, so cooking time will need to be adjusted.
Read your seafood labels
Being landlocked the “seafood” section of my recipe data base is slim compared to the beef and chicken recipes. It consists mostly of shrimp recipes.
For this recipe I purchased a package of frozen halibut fillets which were labeled “wild caught.”
Once at home, and after closer inspection, the label also read that the filets were processed in China. And didn’t indicate where it was “wild caught.”
I wasn’t very happy to read that. I would have been happier reading about a fish that was wild caught in the Pacific waters off the US coast and cleaned, vacuum sealed and frozen at a nearby American processing center.
My point? Read the fine print on labels to insure you know where your food comes from for the ultimate fresh flavor and perfectly tender and flaky in texture.
And if you’re looking to purchase the absolute best pristine frozen halibut from Pacific waters, check out Sitka Salmon Shares. A company that supports small family fisherman and delivers fresh Alaskan seafood directly to your doorstep. And you’ll find some great recipes for those frozen halibut fillets.
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This broiled halibut recipe is a wonderful addition to our weeknight meal menu. It’s easy, ready in less than thirty minutes, delicious and a great way to add seafood to your weekly meal plan.
I’ve had the recipe for a very long time and just realized I hadn’t shared it with my readers. Enjoy.
Recipe for Heavenly Halibut, Broiled Halibut Fillets with Mayonnaise
I hope you give this halibut fillet recipe a try. And if you do, please come back and let me know how you liked it and give the recipe a star rating.
Your feedback is valuable to me for developing future recipes. And if you have a favorite white fish recipe, please let me know, I’d welcome the opportunity to give it a try.
More white fish recipes:
- Cilantro Halibut with Cilantro Lime Bread Crumb Topping
- Steamed Cod in Parchment
- Red Lion Inn Swordfish
- Pesto Sea Bass with Tomato Relish
- Black Cod in Miso, With Coconut Ginger Rice
- Cod with Mustard Cream Sauce
- 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese grated
- 2 tablespoons butter softened
- 1 1/2 tablespoon mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon chopped green onion
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1-2 dash dash hot pepper sauce
- 1 pound skinless halibut fillets
- Preheat the oven broiler. Grease a baking dish.
- In a bowl, mix the Parmesan cheese, butter, mayonnaise, lemon juice, green onions, salt, and hot pepper sauce.
- Arrange the halibut fillets in the prepared baking dish.
- Broil halibut fillets 8 minutes in the prepared oven, or until easily flaked with a fork. Spread with the Parmesan cheese mixture, and continue broiling 2 minutes, or until topping is bubbly and lightly browned.
Heavenly Halibut, Broiled Halibut Fillets … It’s What’s for Dinner