Fish and Seafood Recipes

Fish and Seafood

Haddock is a firm fish with lean white meat that is usually thicker and flakes easily when cooked. Because of its similarities with cod, cod can...

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Haddock is a firm fish with lean white meat that is usually thicker and flakes easily when cooked. Because of its similarities with cod, cod can often times be interchangeable with haddock. When substituting cod (or other fish like flounder) for...

Poaching and pan-cooking are two simple techniques for fish cookery. 

Poaching: Cooking in liquid retains the moisture of fish, especially skinless fillets.

In saucepan or skillet, add enough liquid (water or broth plus...

Haddock is a firm fish with lean white meat that is usually thicker and flakes easily when cooked. Because of its similarities with cod, cod can often times be interchangeable with haddock. When substituting cod (or other fish like flounder) for...

Poaching and pan-cooking are two simple techniques for fish cookery. 

Poaching: Cooking in liquid retains the moisture of fish, especially skinless fillets.

In saucepan or skillet, add enough liquid (water or broth plus...

Poaching and pan-cooking are two simple techniques for fish cookery. 

Poaching: Cooking in liquid retains the moisture of fish, especially skinless fillets.

In saucepan or skillet, add enough liquid (water or broth plus...

Haddock is a firm fish with lean white meat that is usually thicker and flakes easily when cooked. Because of its similarities with cod, cod can often times be interchangeable with haddock. When substituting cod (or other fish like flounder) for...