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- Smoked haddock
This is a wonderful fish dish to enjoy any day of the week. Enjoy with potatoes, rice or pasta.
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- 450g smoked haddock
- 1 (400g) tin chopped tomatoes, drained
- 3 slices stale bread
- 1/2 large onion
- 1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic
- 115g grated Cheddar cheese
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 150ml fish stock
MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:35min ›Ready in:50min
- Preheat oven to 200 C / Gas 6.
- Process bread and cheese in a food processor until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Set aside.
- Heat olive oil in a small frying pan. Saute onions until golden. Add garlic and fry over medium-low heat for 5 minutes. Pour in tomatoes and bring to the boil. Stir in fish stock.
- Place haddock into a baking dish. Cover with tomato sauce and sprinkle with cheesy breadcrumbs.
- Bake in preheated oven for 25 minutes, then grill until golden brown and crisp on top.
Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(6)
Reviews in English (5)
This is a vv.tasty meal. Away to make this again to get away from the usual bird recipes-27 Dec 2011
lovely easy tasty meal..had no fish stock, so used half water, half white wine...own dishes would make serving up simpler-11 Apr 2015
Very enjoyable will be making again soon-02 Feb 2018
How to Cook Smoked Haddock
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Fish is a healthy and tasty addition to any diet. One widely available fish is haddock, which can be bought fresh or smoked. Smoked haddock can be yellow in color (dyed) or not dyed depending on your preference. There are a few ways of cooking it. You should allow roughly 6-8oz of fish per person, and ask your fishmonger to 'filet and debone' for you to avoid nasty surprises.
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Preheat the oven to 220C/200C Fan/Gas 7.
Put the halved potatoes into a large roasting dish, along with the sun-dried tomatoes, oil, balsamic vinegar and salt, and give it all a really good stir. Place in the oven for 10–15 minutes to warm the potatoes through.
To make the topping, put the marmalade, salt, garlic paste, chilli flakes, dill and breadcrumbs into a food processor and blend everything together.
Take half of the mixture and spread it all over the fish. Put the rest of the breadcrumbs into a freezer bag and freeze, ready for the next time you need breadcrumbs for fish or chicken.
Take the tray of potatoes out of the oven and place the fish on top. Put back into the oven and bake for 15 minutes, or until the fish is cooked and the topping is crunchy. Serve.
Smoked haddock and potato bake
Preheat the oven to 200°C. Oil a cast-iron or metal baking pan very well, then line with baking paper.
Add the frozen smoked haddock fillets, skin side down.
Slice the potatoes very thinly, preferably using a mandolin.
Moisten the potatoes with olive oil and season lightly. Arrange on top of the fish.
Bake for 50 minutes or until the potatoes are very tender and nicely browned on top.
Serve with steamed veggies with ricotta and lemon dressing and a scattering of fresh parsley, if using.
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Syn-Free Smoked Haddock Pasta Bake (serves 1 generously)
Cook a fillet of smoked haddock according to the cooking guidelines – I baked mine in foil.
While cooking the fillet, slightly soften a large floret of broccoli (approx. 40g cut into bite-size pieces) either in a pan of boiling water, or steam. The broccoli shouldn’t be fully cooked through. Leave in the water.
Once the fillet has cooled a little, roughly flake the haddock into a large mixing bowl.
Add a couple of large spoonfuls of tinned sweetcorn.
Add cooked whole-wheat pasta shapes (I used approx 50g dried weight of whole-wheat fusilli).
Mix in one small tub of fat-free quark.
Season with mixed herbs and black pepper.
In an oven-proof dish place the drained broccoli.
Add the ingredients from the mixing bowl and spread evenly.
Top with 30g of hard Cheddar cheese (healthy option a daily allowance).
Chill to cook later, or bake immediately in a moderate oven for 20-25 minutes.
For those looking for a full-fat version then please see my other recipe for Smoked Haddock Pasta Bake.
- , for greasing
- 350g/12oz potatoes, chopped into 2cm/¾in cubes
- 1 medium cauliflower, broken into small florets
- 1 heaped tbsp cornflour
- 300ml/10fl oz pouring double cream
- 100g/3½oz gruyère cheese, coarsely grated
- 2 tbsp chopped fresh parsley
- 2 tbsp snipped chives
- 500g/1lb 2oz smoked haddock, skinned and cut into very large pieces
- large pinch paprika, or to taste
- salt and freshly ground black pepper
Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. Butter a wide 3-litre/5¼-pint ovenproof dish.
Put the potatoes into a large saucepan, cover with water. Add salt and bring to the boil. Boil for 4 minutes, add the cauliflower and boil for another 4 minutes. Drain well and tip into the prepared dish. Season with pepper.
Put the cornflour into a bowl, pour in the cream and whisk to combine. Season with pepper.
Scatter half the cheese over the potato and cauliflower. Scatter over the herbs and top with the haddock. Pour the cream mixture in between the cracks and over the top. Scatter over the remaining cheese and the paprika.
Easy smoked haddock recipes
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Coddled duck eggs with smoked haddock and spinach
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Oven-roasted smoked haddock
Put each haddock fillet on a piece of aluminium foil or greaseproof paper. Top with a piece of butter and season with freshly ground black pepper and lemon juice. Bring the edges of the greaseproof paper together and fold to form a sealed parcel.
Repeat the process with the remaining haddock, butter, freshly ground black pepper and lemon juice. Transfer the parcels to a baking tray and bake in the oven for 15 minutes.
Heat the oil and butter in a heavy-based frying pan and fry the black pudding for 2-3 minutes, or until crisp on the outside.
Cook the cauliflower in boiling water until tender. Drain and place the cauliflower into a food processor with some of the vegetable stock. Blend until smooth. (You may need to add all of the stock.) Add the mustard and cream and season with salt and pepper.
Spoon some of the purée onto a plate, place the pudding on top and top with the fish. Garnish with a few snipped chives.
Smoked haddock bake recipe - Recipes
You Will Need : (Serves 2)
Recipe works out to 7sp/approx.549kcal
1/2 teaspoon grated/ground nutmeg
20 individual cherry tomatoes
Two 120g fillets smoked haddock
100g Total 0% Fat Greek Yogurt
60g Philadelphia lightest soft cheese
1 tablespoon fresh breadcrumbs
Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas4
Wilt the spinach quickly in a dry pan or by pouring boiling water onto it in a colander. Rinse with cold water then drain/squeeze out any excess water.
Chop the spinach roughly, pop into an ovenproof dish and sprinkle with nutmeg. Halve the cherry tomatoes, scatter around the dish then place the haddock fillets skin-side-down on the top.
Now mix the yoghurt, cream cheese, cheddar, crushed garlic and black pepper to taste
(I like a generous amount) This dish needs no salt added as the smoked haddock is so flavoursome in its own right.
Spread the cheesy yoghurt mixture generously over the haddock and try to cover most of the vegetables. Don't worry if the edges are exposed-you will just get lovely roasted tomatoes which add a different texture to the dish.
Finally, blitz a little bread (whatever you have even if it's stale!) to make a few breadcrumbs. Scatter one tablespoon of the breadcrumbs over the top of the finished dish.
Place in the preheated oven for 30 minutes until baked and bubbly. If the top looks a little bland, grill for a few minutes to turn it a beautiful golden colour.
Divide into two equal portions and enjoy! This dish needs no accompaniment and is really delicious and filling.