Sunday, January 24, 2010

Baked Halibut Supreme

Tonight's dinner was very good. I have made this before but not gluten free.  I do recommend you not leave out the onion.  I have made it both ways and it needs the onion in my opinion.  This recipe came from a cookbook I love from Alaska.  I used gluten free crackers and they worked great...we liked it better than the bread! 

1 cup white wine
1 tsp salt
1 pound Halibut or white fish
5 slices of bread or 20 GF crackers crumbled
1 cup mayo
1/2 cup sour cream
1/4 cup chopped onion

Mix wine and salt, marinate one hour. Drain fish dry with paper towels.  Dip both sides of fish into crumbs and place in buttered baking dish. Mix mayo, sour cream, and onion and spread over halibut.  Sprinkle with remaining crumbs and paprika.  Bake at 500 for 20 minutes or until fish flakes with fork. I like to serve it with mango and avacado, they really go well with the mild fish>

These are the crackers I used.  Jeff likes them with cream cheese and they are more flavorful than some.

Nicholas lost his front tooth today and he is hoping Balto will bring him good luck from the tooth fairy!  These are all the quarters he got for his grades.  When Nicholas put his money on Balto and he stayed there he said hurrry mommy get a picture.  this really cracked him up!  He got all A's (9)and we are so proud of him! He also improved on social and reading by leaps and bounds! Good job and dad are proud!  Mrs Tubbs is also very proud of him and we are so thankful for her and her dedication to our Nicholas!

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