11 Reviews

Simple and fantastic! <br/>I would not have gotten any better in most local restaurants here in New England. <br/>Recipe is definably a keeper. <br/>Thanks for sharing.

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NewEnglandCook April 17, 2013

We enjoyed this, even though I put the breadcrumbs on after the butter sauce. Even my 3.5yr old ate it!

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Babushka July 19, 2011

I really enjoyed this! I eneded up with a TON of haddock (over estimation!) and doubled the rest of the recipe very easily. I add more garlic to everything, and subbed chicken broth for the sherry. This was very easy to put together. My picky eaters didn't appreciate the fish itself, so I may try a different type next time!! I think some fresh lemon juice would be a nice touch when serving. Thanks!

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MichelleAnne1 March 09, 2010

Excellent! Thanks for sharing. I subsituted chicken stock for the sherry and it worked wonderfully and allievated the soggy topping. The topping broiled nice, golden brown and crispy.

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btrflyy28 April 14, 2009

i am not a fish eater! i have it maybe once every three months but, i tried this dish and now i think i'll have it more often. finally i can have a fish dish with my wife that i enjoy. thanks for sharing. Derek

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PurposeByDesign February 19, 2009

I love the flavors in this dish and it was very easy to put together. Unfortunately, the breading got soggy because of the sherry, despite the last minute broiling. Next time what I would do is simply dip the fish in sherry before breading, and then eliminate the sherry from the butter/onion/garlic mixture. I think this way you could retain the great flavors and have a nice browned, crispy top. Thanks for posting!

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Heather U. December 31, 2008

Excellent! Very tasty! However, I would eliminate the salt, minimize or eliminate the onions (overpowering) and make sure the crumbs are finely crushed, not clumpy. This would allow for more even distribution of the sauce. Tasted great anyway. Can't wait to try it again with some minor fine tuning. Upon DH's first bite, I heard, "Mmmmm..."

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Rayndrop December 28, 2008

skeptical at 1st but yummy....and so easy....hubby loved it....used the haddock but will try another fish next time......this is a keeper

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fritzy October 23, 2008

Terrific!!! This is now my favorite baked stuffed haddock. Thanks! Alan

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Alan in SW Florida October 01, 2008
New England Baked Haddock