Baked Haddock

"Simple and delicious."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350. Lightly grease/spray a large shallow baking dish.
  • Pat haddock dry; arrange in prepared baking dish. Sprinkle w/ salt and pepper.
  • In a small bowl, mix together melted butter, lemon juice and minced garlic; evenly brush over haddock fillets.
  • Evenly sprinkle fillets with parsley tarragon and paprika.
  • Bake at 350 for 25-35 minutes of until opaque and flakes easily.

Questions & Replies

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  1. marionontheweb
    how can i print you recipes
     
  2. T J M.
    Is the tarragon fresh or dried for the recipe
     
  3. mcraze55
    Can I use the dyed haddock for this recipe
     
  4. Carmela V.
    Does this dish get covered with foil in the oven?
     
  5. John D
    What about using some seasoned Breadcrumbs also to give a little Crunch and flavor also .
     
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Reviews

  1. akrain001
    Being married to a commercial fisherman, Haddock is often on our plates. Right from the boat. It is a very tender fish and should be treated as such. I brushed the filets with garlic infused oil mixed with the melted butter along with the lemon juice and a mixture of Italian seasonings instead of the tarragon. I did not include the crushed garlic as I felt that there would be enough garlic flavor from the oil. I started with the original recipe and then made it my own with a few changes. I have been cooking Haddock for more than 50 years and this recipe is so simple. You can't go wrong. Great flavor from the seasonings along with the delicate taste of the Haddock.
     
  2. Jesselillie319
    This is a wonderfully simple recipe. For fresh fish nothing is better. I would add: buy thick (1 inch thick) fish and very fresh. Go to a market that gets daily deliveries. I did add buttered cracker crumbs. Hey, i'm a New England girl. My paprika was smoky. I have never baked better fish.
     
  3. Darlene W.
    My hubby was just so hungry for this fish, he started eating before I could snap the pic. He loves it as much as the rest of my crew.
     
    • Review photo by Darlene W.
  4. bmcnichol
    This was good and easy to make. I didn't have any tarragon and only used one garlic clove. I also used old bay instead of paprika. I hadn't read the directions before making and stirred everything in with the butter. I baked this and then put it in the broiler for five minutes. We all enjoyed this for dinner.
     
  5. alja23
    Very easy and pretty tasty. A nice, quick go-to meal.
     
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Tweaks

  1. akrain001
    Being married to a commercial fisherman, Haddock is often on our plates. Right from the boat. It is a very tender fish and should be treated as such. I brushed the filets with garlic infused oil mixed with the melted butter along with the lemon juice and a mixture of Italian seasonings instead of the tarragon. I did not include the crushed garlic as I felt that there would be enough garlic flavor from the oil. I started with the original recipe and then made it my own with a few changes. I have been cooking Haddock for more than 50 years and this recipe is so simple. You can't go wrong. Great flavor from the seasonings along with the delicate taste of the Haddock.
     
  2. Donna V.
    When you squeeze your lemon wedge (you ARE using fresh lemon, right?) sliver the peel and add to the mix.
     
  3. tylas.one
    For my variation, I only flavoured the mix with a halved, garlic clove, then discarded. A quarter lemon was offered when serving rather than included. Cooked open (without foil).
     
  4. bluediamond62
    I used olive oil instead of butter and did not have any Tarragon. It was the best baked haddock I have ever made! My husband loved it! Will use this recipe from now on!
     
  5. Derf2440
    Very good, lovely flavour!! it must be good cus my DH is not fond of fish and he really like this one. I used becel margarine instead of the butter, but did the rest as stated. Very easy and very good. I will be making this again, thanks for posting.
     

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