Baked Lemon Haddock

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  • Cut fish into serving-size pieces.
  • Place in a greased 11x7x2" baking dish.
  • Combine remaining ingredients.
  • Sprinkle over fish.
  • Bake at 350 F for 25 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork.
  • - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - NOTES : Recipe from Jean Ann Perkins of Newburyport, MD.
  • A very quick and easy dish, pretty enough for company.

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  1. Tonight was my DH's turn to cook dinner. I was going shopping and he asked me to buy some fish – whatever was on sale and looked good. When I came home w/ haddock he went right to the computer, logged on to my account on 'zaar and searched for haddock recipes. (I'm so proud of him :-)). This is the recipe he decided on and was it ever yummy! There were only 3 of us eating tonight so I only purchased 1 fillet which was 1 ¼ pounds. My DH adusted the recipe for 3 servings… so perhaps we had more topping than the recipe intended but we thought it was a perfect amount. He used a liberal shake of red pepper flakes in lieu of cayenne pepper. The recipe did not mention anything about the DH placed the haddock skin-side down in the baking dish, and hoped the fish would seperate from the skin like it does when grilling. However the skin came along with the fillet so we just took our bites from the top, scraping them off the skin. I think I'll ask the fish guy to remove the skin for me next time I buy haddock. My 12 year old DS thought the fish was too spicy, not ‘spicy hot’ but just too spicy. We scraped the topping off but he still just picked….his loss! DH served with basmati rice and a salad. Will definitely make again.
  2. This was amazing.. Very good and very tasty. I made it twice. The only comment is that I don't think you need that much breadcrumbs. I'll decrease the amount when I make it today AGAIN.
  3. I made this for dinner for the 4 of us tonight and it was great - my kids finished their fish before the rest of their dinner. They raved about how yummy it was, so I guess I'll be making it again. :) I used fresh bread crumbs because all I had on hand was the two end slices of a loaf of bread. I think a little dill would be really nice in this too.
  4. First time I had this meal at a restaurant on our vacation trip. It's too far to go back to that place so I browsed this site for the recipe. So glad this one came out similar with the restaurant meal, so good and it's so easy to prepare. Thank you for posting this recipe.
  5. We loved this! I just sprinkled some bread crumbs lightly over the top, not using the whole amount. I used the juice of 1 lemon on my fresh filets. I also sprinkled salt and freshly ground pepper on top before putting in the oven, and omitted the cayenne pepper. Will make again sometime. Thanks for sharing Sean!



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