Looking for haddock recipes? Want the best haddock chowder? Try our ideas below and check out our cod recipes here. Try one of our ideas including baked haddock, healthy haddock recipes and a few easy smoked haddock meals. If you’re looking for more seafood inspiration, try our best fish curries here.
When is haddock in season?
Haddock is abundant and at best value from June to February. When buying, look for the MSC blue tick logo which means the fish was from a sustainable source.
How do you cook haddock?
How to roast haddock: Haddock is a meaty white flesh fish, which is best roasted relatively high and quickly at 200C/fan 180C/gas 6 to ensure it stays tender and juicy, and flakes into nice big pieces.
How to pan-fry haddock: When pan-frying haddock it’s best to do this without the skin on – being a large fish from deep, cold waters – the skin will not always go crisp before the fish cooks, so its best to dust it in seasoned flour and pan fry it in a little neutral oil until light golden and cooked through.
A spicy, vibrant chorizo crust perks up haddock fillets, which are served alongside a medley of roasted asparagus and red pepper.
Make your own posh fish fingers for dinner tonight, with a luxury parmesan crust and homemade pea pesto for dipping.
Try this creamy seafood stew with haddock for a comforting dinner for two ready in 30 minutes.
These fish croquettes are based on the Portuguese fofos de bacalhau, made using salt cod. Goans have adapted this using boneless fish, potatoes, ground spices and chilli.
These herby haddock fishcakes are coated in crunchy breadcrumbs for extra crispiness. Served with a fresh pea salad, this recipe makes an easy midweek meal for two. Discover more of our best fishcake recipes here.
Switch up your beef burger and make our crispy fish burger with seasonal haddock, vibrant mint mushy peas and homemade tartare sauce. This ultimate fish bap may take a little effort to make but perfect for a weekend treat. More burger recipes here.
Want an easy curry recipe? Put haddock at the centre of this bright fish curry, it’s packed with crunchy green beens, fresh tomatoes and chunky pieces of haddock. Plenty more fish curry ideas here.
Want an easy recipe to make the most of fresh haddock? Our smoked haddock and ham gratin turns everyday ingredients into a really comforting dish, perfect for a hearty dinner for the whole family to enjoy. Check our more of our savoury traybake recipes here.
Looking for a low-calorie fish recipe that’s still packed with plenty of flavour? This quinoa-crusted haddock and garlic-roasted tomatoes makes use of ready-cooked quinoa and seasonal haddock – a speedy, satisfying meal that’s under 500 calories.
Make the most of haddock with this high-protein smoked haddock breakfast idea with wilted spinach, soft boiled eggs and lightly toasted rye. Ready in 20 minutes and under 300 calories. Plenty more easy breakfast ideas here.
Make the most of haddock with this luxury fish pie recipe. This recipe uses a luxury fish pie pack but you can buy fillets of haddock, smoked haddock and salmon, cut them up yourself and mix in some prawns. Plenty more savoury pie recipes here.
Haddock is at its prime in February, use it in this healthy fish supper that’s ready quickly in just 15 minutes. With an asparagus salad this crumbed haddock is fresh, easy and light. Discover more of our 15 minute meal ideas here.
Make our quick and easy fishcakes packed with soft flaky smoked haddock, mashed potato and spring onions. The dish is finished with a delicious cream, spinach and mustard sauce. Check out our best fishcake recipes here.
Make haddock the show-off fish here with our simple, super cheesy fish rarebit with spinach, ready in just 20 minutes – perfect for a midweek meal. Check out more of our best spinach recipes here.
Need to use up some smoked haddock? Put it at the centre of this fishcake recipe. These quick and easy fishcakes are a handy standby for when you’re too busy to cook. Eat half now and freeze the rest.
Ready in just 20 minutes this easy fish finger sandwich assembles crispy haddock goujons, homemade tartare sauce and lightly toasted brioche buns. Check out our best sandwich recipes here.
Haddock is the hero ingredient in this quick and easy fish pie. Ready in just 20 minutes and under 500 calories, our creamy fish pie is an ideal for a midweek meal for two.
This flaky tart is a great alternative way to use smoked haddock. Pair it with dill and you have a quick and easy dinner for four. Check out more of our best savoury tart recipes here.
If you love smoked haddock try this quick meal idea. Pop the lightly-spiced fish on top of a healthy, herby tabbouleh for a midweek meal for two. Plenty more healthy salad recipes here.