The other day I got an email requesting a fish dish. I had been wanting to try this recipe for some time and thought now would be a great time to test it. I really love when people request recipes because it gets me out of my rut and gets me to try new things.
It was a good opportunity. I have noticed we don't eat enough fish. Paige turns her nose up at it, but I have been able to get her to take some bites and expand her palatte a little. We have something called "Adventure Night" where I make something new. The rule is you must try 2 bites of everything. If you don't like it fine. Eat what you do like on the plate. We all have learned to like a lot of foods this way.
Take 3 oranges and juice them. This will give you 1/2 cup of liquid.
Peel another orange and using a paring knife, slice between the membrane cutting out each segment. Cut the orange slices into pieces.
In a bowl mix together 4 tsp cornstarch with 1/2 cup chicken stock. Make sure there aren't any lumps.
While mixing, add the cornstarch/chicken stock. It will immediately start thickening. Don't let it go too long.
Look at this beautiful piece of halibut. I picked this up at Costco when I was there this weekend. I picked up Rainbow trout too!!! Love it. Rinse the fish with cold water and pat dry.
Put the fish in a baking dish and cover with the orange glaze. Layer your orange slices on top. Put in a 350* oven for 20 minutes.