I needed something quick for dinner last night. I worked at the Victoria store yesterday which means I’m later getting home. Closer to 6:30 than my normal 5:20. Initially I thought I would just stop on my way out of Victoria and get take out. Maybe Chinese. But I would have had to go further out of my way and I didn’t feel like doing that.
So I stopped closer to home and picked up fresh halibut fillets.
This is one of those no-brainer dinners that can be on the table pretty quickly.
The rice takes the longest to cook, time for a big pot of water to boil, 10 minutes for the rice to cook and 10 for it to rest, while the fish finishes off in the oven. Finished off with a drizzle of melted butter, and fresh squeezed lemon juice.
Served with fresh steamed asparagus.
A 30 minute meal.
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Another one of your absolutely mouth-watering meals. I'm going to check out the halibut at the grocery store today. It won't be fresh like yours but what can you expect in south Texas. Have a wonderful weekend.KarenLadybug Creek
Wow – your photos are gorgeous and the dish look delicious! Paired with a Sauvignon Blanc – delish:) I might make it just for the \”halibut\”! Hope you have a fabulous & Happy Fourth – Cheers!
That looks like a perfect dinner Ann…I wish we could get Halibut that looked as fresh as that!Yummmm….
Lovely! I so enjoy these light quick dinners during the summer months. And as always, your pictures are drool worthy!xoxo Pattie
Thank you. When fresh isn't available here ( about 4 months Nov to March) I buy the frozen. Halibut that is going to be sold as frozen is frozen right at sea so it is almost as good as fresh caught. Ann