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Smoked haddock? Why did I buy it and what can I do with it?

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nkf Sat 11-Jan-14 22:13:27

It must have been on special offer because there it is and I don't have a clue what to do with it. Fishcakes?

AShowerOfBastards Sat 11-Jan-14 22:15:51

Kedgeree surely? Yum smile

Artandco Sat 11-Jan-14 22:16:12

Fish pie

InTheRedCorner Sat 11-Jan-14 22:16:28

Flake it, mix with creme Fraiche and chopped spring onions and eat on cold toast.

Or fishcakes

nkf Sat 11-Jan-14 22:16:47

I think I made that once with salmon and it didn't go down well.

ClaimedByMe Sat 11-Jan-14 22:16:55

I make fishcakes with smoked haddock, not sure what else to do with it.

Praying4Beatrice Sat 11-Jan-14 22:17:21

Kedgeree. Delia's recipe. Delicious.

nkf Sat 11-Jan-14 22:17:26

Ooh. I like the sound of the creme Fraiche. A bit like a pate, yes?

Theknacktoflying Sat 11-Jan-14 22:18:07

Haddock poached with cheese sauce

NachoAddict Sat 11-Jan-14 22:18:12

Smoked Haddock and pea risotto, we had it earlier this week and I could have gone on eating it forever it was so delicious!

MorrisZapp Sat 11-Jan-14 22:18:32

Ooh smoked fish in milk. A childhood staple of mine.

Sauté some onions, place the fish on top. Cover with milk. Cook until fish flakes.

Serve with mash and peas every week for ten years

Tis lush.

Shesaysso Sat 11-Jan-14 22:18:46

Smoked haddock risotto - delicious -just make plain risotto and add fish 5 mins from end.

PfftTheMagicDraco Sat 11-Jan-14 22:18:50


mummybare Sat 11-Jan-14 22:18:54

This is yum with mash and peas. And really easy.

waterlego Sat 11-Jan-14 22:19:21

Cor, I love smoked haddock.

Fish pie, definitely. In a nice white sauce with some salmon and maybe also some prawns or cod. Mmmmm.

I also really like this. It's ridiculously healthy but really tasty.

waterlego Sat 11-Jan-14 22:19:44

Oooh yes, and risotto!

nkf Sat 11-Jan-14 22:19:51

Like the sound of the risotto, but I think it might go the same way as the kedgeree. Hmm. I get the impression that onions and something dairy but light is the way to go.

AngelaDaviesHair Sat 11-Jan-14 22:20:15

Just suggested this on another thread: poach or microwave, serve on a bed of buttered spinach with a fried egg on top.

Extremewife Sat 11-Jan-14 22:20:56

Macaroni and haddock cheese yum yum

Fragglewump Sat 11-Jan-14 22:21:08


sooperdooper Sat 11-Jan-14 22:21:52

Chowder smile there's a fan recipe on Bbc food, it's really tasty

JumpJockey Sat 11-Jan-14 22:21:57

Cullen skink, aka smoked haddock chowder. You can do it two ways - either poach the fish as MorrisZapp says, then add to a fairly simple onion and potato soup and use the fishy milk for extra flavour. Or just cube up the raw fish (take the skin off first) and then add for about 5 mins at the end of cooking aforementioned onion and potato soup. You can posh it up with a few chopped chives and a bit of cream.

I used this as art of the early seduction of my husband, so must be good! grin

nkf Sat 11-Jan-14 22:22:16

The lentil one looks good too. Thank you. One of those recipes will be made tomorrow.

nkf Sat 11-Jan-14 22:22:42

Egg? Really?

Winterton Sat 11-Jan-14 22:23:45

Blend with Creme fraiche, season and good squirt of lemon juice. Yummy pate

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