If you’re looking for some great Haddock Recipes, you’ve come to the right place! With it’s mild flavor and firm texture, it’s such a versatile fish.
We’ve compiled this great collection of recipes, so you never have to think “what to cook with haddock?” again.
From simple light dishes, to chowders and stews, sandwiches and tacos, you’ll find plenty of interesting new ways to prepare your favorite fish.
Cook your way through all these delicious and easy haddock recipes, you’re sure to find a new favorite. Have fun…
The Best Haddock Recipes:
1. Baja Fish Tacos
We’re starting our list of haddock recipes with one of our favorites, Baja Fish Tacos. Soft tortillas packed full of beer battered fish, pico de gallo, avocado and chipotle mayo. Serious YUM!
They’re a fun weekend meal, or a great dish to serve to guests. And you can have your taco bar on the table in about 20 minutes.
2. Psari Plaki
This Greek baked fish, Psari Plaki, is a great addition to your recipe collection. Flaky fish with light, fresh and vibrant Mediterranean flavors.
When it comes out of the oven, all you need to do is drizzle some more olive oil, throw on some fresh parsley, sprinkle some feta, give her a side of some great crusty bread and you are all set.
3. Fish en Papillote
This Fish en Papillote recipe may sound fancy, but it may be the easiest dinner ever!
Loaded with fresh veggies and herbs, this Mediterranean inspired fish recipe may be the perfect light summertime meal.
Here’s a Brazilian classic… Moqueca! It’s a ridiculously tasty seafood stew in a tomato coconut base.
Perfect for sopping up with crusty bread. This awesome recipe comes together in about 40 minutes, and goes great with other seafood as well!
5. Mediterranean Fish with Tapenade
The Mediterranean haddock is pan seared and topped with a tomato and olive tapenade. It’s so good!
This is a perfect haddock recipe to impress guests.
6. Bahamian Boiled Fish
Hearty, flaky fish simmered in a delicious broth with potatoes, onions, tons of lime juice and a bit of hot kick. This is classic island comfort food!
Though it’s traditional for breakfast, we love it any time of day!
7. Fish and Chips
Here’s a true classic… Fish and Chips! This crispy combination of beer battered haddock with chips is a favorite in British pubs and the world over.
Serve it with tartar sauce, lemon and, to keep that British authenticity, malt vinegar and a side of peas.
8. Butter Baked Haddock
This simple and easy Butter Baked Haddock comes together in about 30 minutes, perfect for busy weeknights.
It only requires a few ingredients, which really allows the fish to shine.
9. Seared Haddock With Mushroom Agrodolce
Seared Haddock With Mushroom Agrodolce is absolutely outstanding! This fancy sounding, but easy to make dish will surely become one of your favorite haddock recipes.
10. Fish Cakes
These fish cakes are quick, easy and delicious. They only take 6 ingredients and can be baked or fried.
Great appetizer for parties, or easy weeknight main dish.
11. Fish Lettuce Wraps
For a light, low carb dinner that’s still fun to eat, try these fish lettuce wraps.
Strips of haddock, cooked with your desired method, tucked in tender lettuce leaves along with tomato avocado corn salsa. All in about 20 minutes!
12. Mediterranean Lemon-Garlic Haddock With Artichoke Hearts
Here’s another great Mediterranean themed haddock recipe that we love.
With artichoke hearts, olives, tomatoes and plenty of fresh herbs, it’s a sure winner.
13. New England Fish Chowder
This fish chowder is a great winter warmer. Chunks of haddock and potatoes in a delicious creamy base loaded with bacon. Great with some nice crusty bread.
14. Fish Sticks
Here’s every little kid’s favorite… fish sticks!
This homemade version is so much better than frozen. Plus, they’re baked, not fried, for less grease and easy clean up.
15. Grilled Haddock with Lemon Caper Sauce
Grilled Haddock with Lemon Caper Sauce is a light and simple recipe that you can whip up in about 15 minutes.
Give it a try on some hectic weeknight.
Here’s a hearty and tasty stew for you! Loads of seafood are simmered in a perfectly seasoned tomato and wine based broth. A San Francisco classic!
17. Blackened Fish Tacos
These blackened fish tacos are packed with flavor. The haddock fillets are covered in a Cajun-inspired spice mix, served in wonderfully warm tortillas, and covered with great toppings.
18. Haddock Sandwich
Who doesn’t love a good fried fish sandwich? This haddock sandwich is New England inspired, and will be one of your favorite haddock recipes.
19. Air Fryer Haddock
If the air fryer is your new favorite kitchen gadget, this is the haddock recipe for you!
It’s mildly seasoned and had no breading, so the delicate flavor of the haddock can be the star.
20. Smoked Haddock Pasta Bake
We’re wrapping up our list of haddock recipes with this easy pasta bake. It’s a family friendly casserole with a creamy sauce and crispy breadcrumb topping. So good!
There you have it, twenty delicious and easy haddock recipes! Pin or bookmark this collection of great dishes so you always know where to find it.
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- 1 lb haddock fillets
- 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
- 1/4 tsp paprika
- 2 cloves garlic
- 1.5 cup cherry tomatoes
- 1/2 cup jarred roasted red peppers
- 1/2 cup black olives
- 1/4 cup green olives
- 1/4 cup capers
- 1 lemon, half squeezed and half for garnish
- 2 sprigs of rosemary
- 7-8 sprigs of thyme
- 3-4 sprigs of oregano
- 2 Tbsp flour
- Salt to taste
- Pepper to taste
- Start by finely chopping olives, capers, roasted red peppers and garlic. Halve the cherry tomatoes. Finely chop fresh herbs.
- Heat all of olive oil, except for 2-3 tablespoons, in a pan over medium heat. Add in cherry tomato halves and garlic and give it a good stir. Cook till the garlic starts getting aromatic, about two minutes. Stir in chopped roasted bell peppers and cook for 1-2 minutes. Mix in the chopped herbs. Give it a mix. Add chopped olives and capers and cook for a couple more minutes. Stir in a splash of lemon juice and drizzle a little bit more olive oil.
- Season haddock with paprika, fresh cracked pepper and salt on both sides. and then dust it lightly with flour on both sides.
- Heat the remaining oil in a skillet over medium high heat. Add haddock and cook 10 minutes per inch thickness, turning halfway through.
- Plate out the haddock and top it generously with prepared tapenade. Garnish with some more fresh herbs and lemon wedges.
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