Friday, September 3, 2010

Halibut with French Fried Onions


My brother owns a boat in Alaska, he goes up a couple of weeks each year to do some fishing. He kindly shares fresh halibut, salmon and shrimp with us.  Here is an easy, tasty way to cook halibut. Last September Greg spent a week on Larry's boat, he is still talking about the great time he had. Larry cooked this recipe on the boat with halibut that was caught minutes before. It is delicious, even in Utah!


Halibut with French Fried Onions

Marinate the following for 30 minutes, turning once:
2 pounds Halibut
1/2 cup bottled French Salad Dressing
2T lemon juice
Remove from marinade and place in well greased baking dish.
Crush and mix together:
1 small can French Fried Onions
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Sprinkle over top of fish. Bake at 350 till fish flakes easily 20-25 minutes (don't overcook)
Serve with chopped fresh parsley and lemon wedges.

2 comments:

Kayte said...

Great photos of the food and the fisherman! This looks so fresh and delicious...just love all these colors on the plate. Going to try this one as am always looking for more things to do with fish. Thanks! Hope you are having a wonderful holiday weekend.

jill said...

YUM! Geez, maybe they could unload some of that fish in seattle :)

I never think to use french fried onions, but I bet that was a really great flavor!