Broiled halibut with gingerlime butter
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Broiled halibut with gingerlime butter
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:10:49 AM. Recipe ID 38173. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Broiled halibut with gingerlime butter
 Categories: Fish, Halibut
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
           *** BROILED HALIBUT WITH
           GINGER-LIME BUTTER ***
      6 tb Unsalted butter, softened
      2 tb Chopped chives
           Juice of 2 limes
      2 ts Grated lime rind
      1 ts Grated fresh ginger
    1/2 ts Chopped fresh thyme leaves,
           Or 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme
           Coarse salt and freshly
           Ground black pepper to
           Taste
      4    Halibut steaks
           Chopped parsley for garnish
 
  First make the butter.  Using an electric beater, if available, and a
  warm bowl, beat the butter for a couple of minutes to make it fluffy.
  Gradually add  the chives, lime juice, lime rind, ginger, and thyme.
  Season with salt and pepper and mix well.  Form the butter into a
  ball, wrap it in aluminum foil, and refrigerate. Use the freezer
  compartment if you are making the butter within 2  hours of serving
  the fish, so that the butter is not too soft. Pat the fish steaks dry
  with paper towels.  Season them with salt and pepper and wrap them in
  buttered foil.  Broil over hot coals or under high heat for 5 to 7
  minutes on each side, depending on the thickness of the fish. Test
  for doneness by opening the foil and seeing if the fish flakes when
  prodded with a fork. Arrange the fish on individual serving plates.
  Cut the butter in neat, even slices and place them on the fish
  steaks. Garnish with parsley and serve.
  
  Yield:  4 servings. 




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Recipe ID 38173 (Apr 03, 2005)

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