Baked Haddock (Two Different Recipes)

Stuffed Haddock

Cooking dinners that are fast, easy and satisfying to the whole family is a Holy Grail for most of us women (and some dads too!). There are four of us in our family; of course we all have different taste buds and dietary needs. One of the tricks I’ve learned over the years to keep everyone satisfied at the dinner table is to provide two different versions of the same meal. Note, in addition to satisfying the whole family I also stated that the meal needed to be fast and easy. After all, I’m not a short order cook!

I’ve found that haddock is one of these Holy Grail Recipes that I’ve been looking for. Haddock is a wonderfully versatile fish that can be cooked many ways. I serve my family two different versions that take less than 10 minutes to get in the oven. Bake for about 25 minutes and in just a little over a half hour you have a yummy dinner on the table that will satisfy all the finicky eaters in your house without totally stressing you out!

This first recipe is very low fat and would be good for almost anyone with special dietary needs.

Baked Haddock

· 2 Haddock fillets
· 2 lemons
· Seasoning (dill, lemon herbs, fish seasoning, etc)

Thaw haddock filet, rinse and pat dry. In baking dish, generously squeeze lemon juice over the top. Sprinkle desired seasoning and top with lemon slices (I slice up the lemon I’ve just squeezed over the top).

Bake for 25 minutes in a preheated oven set at 375F (190C).

Serve with fresh lemon wedges

This second one is, in my opinion, much yummier but also quite a bit heavier in the calories. The word “stuffed” is a little misleading because you don’t actually stuff the fish, the goodies are added to the top.

Stuffed Haddock

· 2 haddock fillets
· Small package of artificial crab meat
· 1 can Cream of Shrimp soup
· 1 row Ritz crackers
· 1 stick butter

Thaw haddock filet, rinse and pat dry. Place haddock in baking dish. Course chop the artificial crab meat and generously cover haddock fillets. Cover each filet with half a can of Cream of Shrimp soup. Melt butter in the microwave in a microwave safe bowl. Crush the Ritz crackers (I do it right in the package) and add to the melted butter, mixing thoroughly. Sprinkle half the crushed Ritz and butter mixture over each filet.

Bake for 25 minutes in a preheated oven set at 375F (190C).

I usually serve this meal with a salad, rice pilaf, vegetables and dinner rolls.


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  1. Kristi says:

    Cream of shrimp soup, huh? Interesting…kinda like an easy version of hollandaise sauce, I imagine. I will have to try each of these recipes. Thanks for sharing!


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