Haddock Recipes

Haddock, or hake, is a type of marine fish that's sold very commonly within the U.K. and all over the world. It's a white, flaky, meaty fish, commonly used as a replacement for cod in traditional fish and chips meals. There are many, many other ways that you can use this delicious fish — just take a look below for some inspiration.

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About Haddock:

Haddock is an incredibly versatile fish and is sold in many forms, including fresh, frozen, canned, dried and smoked, meaning that there are an equally huge number of ways that haddock can be cooked.

Smoked haddock is the key ingredient in the popular Anglo-Indian breakfast dish, kedgeree, which is a combination of rice, curry, smoked haddock and boiled eggs. Another popular way of cooking the fish for breakfast, commonly used in Scotland, involves it being poached in milk with bay leaves and peppercorns.

Although eating fish for breakfast sounds slightly odd to many of us, it's actually a fantastic source of protein and will leave you feeling fuller for longer.

Take a look above for a huge range of haddock recipes, including haddock fish cakes, a traditional kedgeree recipe, and haddock pate. There's something here for all occasions and tastes.

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