Smoked Haddock: Fun Stuff In My Kitchen

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Haddock is an excellent fatty fish rich in the beneficial Omega 3 fatty acids. It is also rich in nutrients that support a healthy brain (iron, zinc, B-12, B-6, and more). To add more haddock to your diet, we provide a recipe ideas below.

Smoked Haddock a La King

For this recipe gather two cups of smoked haddock, one-half cup sliced mushrooms, two tablespoons minced green pepper, one tablespoon of minced pimentos, two cups milk, four tablespoons butter, two tablespoons flour, and three hard boiled eggs.

Soak the haddock in warm water for twenty minutes. Cook the peppers and pimentos in butter with mushrooms for five minutes. Blend in flour and add milk very gradually. Stiry constantly until the mixture thickens and boils, add fish and lastly add minced egg yolks. Season to taste with salt and pepper and serve very hot with chopped egg whites over the top.

Baked Haddock with Piquante Crust

For this recipe, cut haddock fillets in pieces for serving and put on a greased oven platter. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and brush with melted butter. Bake for fifteen mintes at 400 degrees. Remove from oven and spread the fillets with a mixture of the following: 1/4 cup butter creamed and mixed with two egg yolks, two tablespoons chopped onion, two tablespoons chopped pickle, two tablespoons chopped parsley, two tablespoons capers, two tablespoons lemon juice, one tablespoon vinegar, one-half teaspoon salt, and one-third teaspoon pepper. Bake until brown. Garnish with lemon slices, pimento strips, and mashed potato roses.

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