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Baked Haddock Recipe - How to make Baked Haddock

Updated on November 25, 2010
You can plate your baked haddock with some vegatables
You can plate your baked haddock with some vegatables
or you can serve baked haddock straight out of the baking dish
or you can serve baked haddock straight out of the baking dish

Making a baked haddock is not an altogether difficult task as fish tends to cook rather quickly and maintains a lot of the moisture in the fillets.

I am going to tell you how to make an easy baked haddock recipe that you can bring a little bit of Thai seasoning to give a little bit of a flavour burst to your baked haddock dish.

Remember that baking fish is much the same for all fish fillets and each time you can experiment with the different flavours of the different types of fish. The basic fundamentals to making a baked fish dish are the same, so do go ahead and add some of your favorite herbs and spices if you like to your favorite seafood recipes.

Provided fish have some form of layer above that is moist, the layer will absorb all the direct heat emiited by the baking process. This will enable the fish to cook in its own moistre and preserve the maximum flavors.

Preparation and cooking times

 Your baked haddock is easily prepared for cooking in 10 minutes and will be ready to plate in about 40 minutes of cooking.

The ingredients used here should manage to serves 4 persons. For every two extra persons, add another half of the ingredients and 5 minutes of cooking time.

A twist to baked haddock by adding shrimp

The Ingredients we will need

  • A kilogram of frozen haddock which will need to be defrosted.Fresh is also optional.
  • 3 Sliced tomatos, about 3 mm is fine.
  • A finely chopped red onion
  • 10 ml of Exotic Thai spices for flavour.
  • A pinch of Salt and Pepper to taste.
  • 10 ml fresh parsley .Flakes or sprigs.
  • 4 Potatoes. Sliced thinly about the width of the tomato slices.
  • A packet of instant Chicken a la King sauce.
  • 250ml of buttermilk.

Use fresh or frozen deboned haddock for best results
Use fresh or frozen deboned haddock for best results

The step by step Baked Haddock Recipe

  1. Preheat you oven to 180 degrees and wait for the light to go off.
  2. Whilst you are waiting for the oven to heat up, you can slice the potatoes, tomatos and chop the onion.
  3. Get a casserole dish, oven proof of course and smeer some olive oil or greaser onto the dish creating a thin film to prevent sticking.
  4. Place the fillets of haddock into the casserole dish creating a layer to cover the bottom of the dish.
  5. Now you can add some salt, pepper and the thai spices to flavor the haddock.
  6. Now you are ready to layer the onion pieces and the tomato into a layer which will seal the fish layer and protect it from burning.
  7. Now is the time to add the slices of potato to the dish. Gently layer the slices of potato onto the tomatos.
  8. Get a mixing jug and combine the buttermilk and the instant chicken a la king sauce. Pour the mixture over the potato layer which will slowly seep into the potatos while baking.
  9. By now your oven should be ready and constant at 180 degrees. You can place the completed casserole dish into the oven and bake it for 35 to 40 minutes. You will notice that the potatoes will be a golden brown color when it is ready. Use a skewer or toothpick to push through the potatoes to see that they are cooked.

Serve your baked haddock with roasted veggies
Serve your baked haddock with roasted veggies

Ready to serve

 The baked haddock recipe can be used as is to make a light lucnch with a side salad or you can plate your dish like this with some roasted vegetables or even a little rice or chips.

It really is up to you how you like it. Sometimes spinach is a nice accompanyment to fish

Serve your baked haddock with some lemon for better presentation
Serve your baked haddock with some lemon for better presentation


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