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i thought this was really good...given that iamfrom the east coast & seafood there all the time.....i now live in the midwest where i cant get seafood.....i went away drained the haddock came back & addead some butter on low to the pan.....i really liked it...doesnt taste at all like lobster but it was good.....u really have to drain the fish....i like the fact that the vinegar &old bay cooks out the fish taste ...overall a good recipe and yes i will made again..thanks

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fritzy April 07, 2009

Yummy fish recipe. The taste really is very similar to lobster, but you just can't expect a flaky fish like haddock to have the same texture. I did add some sugar to the water mixture; I think that helped make it taste more lobsterish. I served it with melted garlic butter. Thanx for sharing!

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*Parsley* February 28, 2009

DH and I agree, nothing like lobster, but still nice. Gave a very firm piece of cooked fish, would be great if you needed to use cold boiled fish for any reason.

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Kasha May 16, 2005

This does have the taste of lobster! I served it with margarine that had lime squeezed in it. I too used cod and it worked well. Thanks!

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Sharon123 September 13, 2003

Okay, maybe it's the power of suggestion, but this really does taste something like lobster! I tried the recipe with fresh cod (the cheapest fish I could find at my supermarket) and it worked perfectly. Good recipe. Very, very easy to prepare.

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Juniperbark February 04, 2003
Poor Man's Lobster