Breaded Haddock

£34.95

  • Large Haddock fillets
  • Coated in Golden breadcrumb
  • Can be cooked directly from frozen
  • 15 extra large fillets per pack
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About this product

When you purchase this item you will be sent a box containing 15 extra large fillets of haddock coated in bread crumbs. The breading helps to seal in the fish’s moisture and flavor, and also provides a crispy texture. The product will also be deep frozen to ensure a lengthy shelf life. Breaded Haddock is a popular dish across both North America and Europe and is often served alongside chips and tartar sauce. Breaded haddock is typically prepared by first coating the fish in flour, then dipping it in beaten eggs, and finally coating it in bread crumbs. The fish is then fried in oil or butter until golden brown and crispy, or it can also be baked in the oven.

Ingredients (Allergens in bold) – Fillets of Haddock (fish). Breadcrumb –

 

You can check out some inspirational ideas for side dishes here – What To Serve With Breaded Fish (slimmingviolet.com)

Preparation

This product can be cooked straight from the freezer so very little prior preparation is required. The Haddock fillet has already had the bones removed and the breadcrumb has already been applied. To cook this product simply place it in a preheated oven at a temperature of 220 C and allow to cook for about 30-35 minutes. There may be a slight difference in cooking times depending on the oven used.

Serving

Breaded haddock is typically served with a variety of side dishes. It is popularly served with chips (french fries) and tartar sauce. Some other common sides include roasted or steamed vegetables such as broccoli, green beans or carrots. It can also be served with rice, mashed potatoes or a salad. Some restaurants may also serve it with lemon wedges, coleslaw, or other types of condiments such as ketchup or tartar sauce. Some people also like to serve it with a side of tartar sauce or other dipping sauce, such as a remoulade or aioli.

Drinks

Breaded haddock is a versatile dish that can be paired with a variety of drinks. Some popular drink options include:

  1. Beer: A crisp and refreshing beer such as a lager or pilsner can complement the flavors of the breaded haddock and cut through the richness of the dish.
  2. White wine: A dry white wine such as a Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay can complement the flavors of the fish and provide a nice contrast to the rich, crispy breading.
  3. Lemonade: A cold glass of lemonade can provide a refreshing contrast to the rich and savory flavors of the breaded haddock.
  4. Tea: A hot cup of tea can be a nice pairing with a fish dish like breaded haddock, especially if it is served with a side of chips.
  5. Soft drinks: Some people may prefer to drink a soft drink like soda, lemonade or iced tea with their breaded haddock.

Ultimately, the pairing of the drink depends on personal preference and the specific flavors of the dish.

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