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Old Tue, Mar-18-03, 11:33
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Hello
I am going to try this recipe. As I am just making it for me, do you know if I can freeze the left overs? I would use fresh fish.
Not sure if you can freeze cream. Thanks Leigh
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Old Thu, Mar-27-03, 14:32
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I do a variation on this using sour cream over the fish and then I sprinkle chopped chives. Make sure you get as much moisture patted off the fish as possible. I will have to try the whipping cream as that sounds a little lighter in carbs!
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Old Mon, Mar-31-03, 17:28
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This WAS the best tasting recipe I had ever tasted. My family loved it! Thank You!!
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Old Sat, Apr-12-03, 22:03
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I tried this recipe tonight, and it was fantastic! I used fresh salmon fillets instead, but it was sooooo yummy! I think next time i might through in a bit of minced garlic too Thanks for the recipe!
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Old Wed, May-14-03, 17:21
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Hi, I'm new to this forum, but have been reading posts for about a week and have learned so much.

I also have a variation on this recipe that is in the Taste Of Oregon cookbook made with Halibut.

1 1/2 lbs halibut (about 1/2" thick); salt and pepper; 1 small onion; 1/3 cube butter; juice of 1/2 lemon; 1/4 - 1/2 cup sour cream; 1/3 - 1/2 cup grated medium sharp cheddar cheese.

Sprinkle fish with salt and pepper, place in baking dish. Slice onion and spearate into rings: arrange over halibut. In saucepan melt butter and add lemon juice and sour cream. Blend and pour sauce over fish in baking dish. Sprinkle with cheese and bake at 350 for 35 min. Serves 4-6.

Awesome! Sorry I do not know the carb count and since I'm so new to this I haven't checked out the other sites yet to get a calculation.
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Old Fri, May-23-03, 00:06
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Do you think it would be just as good substituting sour cream for the heavy cream?
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Old Sat, May-24-03, 13:10
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Possibly, I never thought of it and the flavors mix so well together, try it and let me know.

JoAnn
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Old Tue, May-27-03, 22:00
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This was wonderful!! My husband and I had this tonight for dinner and we're looking forward to having it again real soon!

It was so easy and so tasty!!

Thank you!!


Lisa
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Old Fri, May-30-03, 06:47
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Sweetiepie I am new to this board. I just want you to know that I really enjoyed your Fish recipe. I felt like I was having elegant dining at a fabulous restaurant. Have a great day. Loretta
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Old Wed, Jul-09-03, 18:13
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Default oh so yummy!!!

OK, I tried the recipe, only with a salmon steak. It was absolutely the best fish I ever tasted!!! The whole family was impressed! Thank you for the great recipe!!

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Old Wed, May-19-04, 11:21
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i am going to try this one. sue
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Old Wed, May-26-04, 10:00
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My whole family loves this recipe, and none of us really like fish!!!! But this one is a winner. I sometimes use orange slices, and I sometimes do this with chicken instead of fish. Either way is good.

Glenda
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Old Mon, Jun-07-04, 15:22
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.......its sound so yammy...thanks
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I made this last night with ocean perch (what I had on hand) and it was SOOOO GOOD!!!

Thank you for posting this easy and delish recipe! Definitely will be making this again!!
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Old Sun, Jun-20-04, 19:25
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I'm so excited.. I only have 1 fish recipie that I like... fish is back on my grocery list to try this!!


Carina
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