Cook haddock if you need a tasty main dish that's easy to prepare. This member of the cod family provides plenty of lean protein, as well as selenium and magnesium. Buy haddock fillets instead of steaks if you don't want to deal with bones. Haddock, which is slightly sweeter than cod, shouldn't give off a strong fishy odor.
Things You'll Need
15 saltine or soda crackers
Zip-top sandwich bag
1/3 stick melted butter
1 tsp. lemon juice
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 to 2 lb. haddock
1/2 cup milk
Put the crackers in a sandwich bag. Crush them into crumbs. Pour them into a bowl.
Pour the melted butter on top of the cracker crumbs. Stir the two ingredients until they're combined. Mix in the lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce.
Place the haddock fillets in a casserole dish. Spread your cracker mixture over the top of the fillets until they're covered. Pour the milk on top of the fish.
Bake the fish at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for about 30 minutes or until it's flaky when cut with a fork.
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