Find easy and tasty recipes for smoked haddock kedgeree, fish and chips, fish cakes, fish pie and lots more recipe ideas for haddock. Be sure to check out our entire Fish recipe collection for loads more ideas.
This pie uses creme fraiche and cheese instead of a time consuming and tricky roux based sauce, making it so easy and quick to rustle up. It's also delicious!
Haddock, tomatoes and red and yellow peppers baked in individual aluminium foil parcels. Serve with rice for a healthy dinner. I use haddock, but feel free to use whichever type of fish you like.
You absolutely cannot go wrong with this fish cake recipe. I make these fish cakes with leftover fish, though you can also poach the fish and allow it to cool. Likewise, you can use leftover mashed potatoes, but it is best to use chunky mash.
Fisherman's pie topped with cheese for a wonderfully golden crisp mash topping.
This is a fish pie recipe I found on another website but I changed so much of it, I decided to add my own recipe.
This is a wonderful fish dish to enjoy any day of the week. Smoked haddock is topped with a tomato sauce and cheesy breadcrumbs, before being baked to perfection. Enjoy with potatoes, rice or pasta.
Even though this soup contains bacon and root vegetables, it has a delicate flavour that makes it an appealing first course at any time of the year. Rich in B-complex vitamins, it is also low in fat and contains a good amount of fibre. Serve with crusty wholegrain rolls.
From now on you can enjoy this delicious treat without worrying about the high fat content – the secret to golden chips is to coat them with egg white, not fat.
Kedgeree, a traditional Anglo-Indian dish of rice and smoked fish, is perfect for brunch, lunch or a light supper. It is also tasty cool as a salad. Serve with seeded wholegrain bread or warm naan bread.
Gentle braising is an excellent cooking method for fish, keeping it moist and succulent. Spiced with care and simmered in a little coconut milk, the fish here is delicious with plain noodles or rice. For a casserole with a livelier flavour, leave the seeds in the chilli or use one of the tiny, very hot Thai chillies.