This is a very easy fish recipe with a nice fresh tang from the green herb topping. You could also cook the fish on the barbecue.
I tried a very similar recipe out and Yes - it is easy, tasty. My fish steaks were a firm white fish about 20 mm thick. Cooked on a "Weber Q" BBQ at 200c for 4 minutes each side. - 06 Aug 2011
Great! I'm a little confused as to why the basil and arugula combo is called a 'sauce' in the title, since it's not at all saucy - but the flavor is perfect. Very clean and crisp. I added a little more lemon because I'm a lemon nut. Even my semi-picky 15yo loved this one (said "Good fish, Mom" more than once - which is a lot coming from him). Thank you, thank you! - 18 Aug 2008 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I was just cooking for myself, so I used one .41-lb steak (about an inch thick) and halved everything else. Instead of arugula, I had a spinach-arugula mixture and chopped that up. Threw all of the "sauce" ingredients, including the chopped greens, into a little saucepan on the lowest setting while the fish cooked to meld them together a bit better and allow the flavors to open up. I only flipped it once in the 15 minutes, as I would with a beef steak. The result was fantastic. I would do it exactly the same next time. - 31 Jan 2012 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)