Ever have one of those moments where your completely lost as to what to have for dinner? You walk through the grocery store passing the meat counter, the deli then suddenly you find yourself standing in front of the fish counter. Looking around you see an assortment of sea food but what your looking for is a nice white fish, something not too fishy tasting or complicated to cook. Make your decision, choose a haddock fillet. Its a nice fish, and this baked haddock recipe is easy to cook, and one that your family and friends will enjoy as much as mine does.
Things You'll Need
- 1lb-2lb fresh Haddock
- 1/3 stick butter (melted)
- Teaspoon of lemon juice
- Teaspoon of Worcestershire Sauce
- Approximately 15 Saltine Crackers
- 1/2 cup +/- milk
When going to purchase any sort of fish whether it be a haddock fillet or any other kind of fish in most cases you will get two options. You will either get the (FAS) Frozen At Sea or the Fresh Option. Frozen at sea fish is usually cheaper then fresh, but spending the extra dollar or two on fresh haddock is worth the money. Fish that has been frozen at sea has a firmness to it,that fresh does not. Now what you choose is your choice, now lets head to the kitchen and get cooking.
Your going to need a casserole dish or something similar. Pre-heating your oven at 375 degrees ,you will need to get out some lemon juice, butter, saltine crackers, Worcestershire sauce and a little bit of milk for the end. Taking a sandwich bag and approximately 15 crackers break them up into crumbs, no need to be too fine. Pour them into a bowl, now taking the melted butter pour it into the crackers and stir. Now take the lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce and mix it in with the crackers until all mixed in.
Once the ingredients are all mixed together, place the haddock fillets in the casserole dish. Taking your cracker mixture start spreading it over the top of the haddock until covered or until you run out. Now take the milk and pour over the top of the fish. Place the casserole dish into the oven, and bake for 30 minutes or until haddock is flaky when cut with a fork. When fish is done pull out and serve.
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