Sharon Semph of Salem, Oregon shares a speedy fish entree that’s also low in carbohydrates. No tartar sauce on hand? Baked Dill Halibut comes with its own delicious creamy dill topping.
Serve the fish with a side of Fettuccine with Green Vegetables. Susan McCartney of Onalaska, Wisconsin makes the most of summer asparagus, peas, zucchini and onion to season her rich-tasting pasta. No one will guess just how light it is!
- Simply using reduced-fat mayonnaise and sour cream slashes more than 7 g of fat per serving in the halibut.
- Halibut is a versatile, lean fish that can be used as a substitute for flounder or sole in many recipes.
- To boost nutrition in the fettuccine, try using whole wheat pasta; for a different look, use spinach pasta.