Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Haddock Plan B

Tomorrow, we will enjoy Haddock Plan B for Dinner. Last summer after preparing the Haddock fillets to be placed on the grill, my Hubby came back into our kitchen to inform me that our gas grill was “unavailable” to use.

Now, that was not good and my facial expression certainly expressed my shock. The potatoes were in the microwave ready for the “Start” button and two Veggie Salads were in the fridge. So, I pulled out my 4C Flavored Bread Crumbs. I am not in the habit of using too many eggs while cooking; it’s that cholesterol thing. The Haddock had already been coated in Olive Oil, and it was sure easy to bread. Plan B required breading the fillets and then sauteing them in Olive Oil.

Now, this fish dinner is enjoyed quite often whenever our grill is not in use during these winter months. It’s quick and it’s easy! And it sure tastes yummy! Have you ever tried it?

Tomorrow, the fillets will be purchased and dinner will be quick and easy. Oh, yes, the “Microwaved" Baked Potatoes and Mom’s Cole Slaw will round out our meal.


Haddock fillets
2 TBS. Olive Oil (for sauteing & baking) + 1/8 tsp. Paprika
1 Cup Seasoned Bread Crumbs
Additional 2 TBS. Olive Oil (for sauteing & baking)

1. Place about 2 TBS. Olive Oil in shallow pan or large dish.
2. Sprinkle about 1/8 tsp. Paprika over Olive Oil.
3. In a Gallon size Ziploc Bag or baking dish place 1 Cup Seasoned Bread Crumbs.
4. Rinse fish in cold running water.
5. Dip each side of fillet in Olive Oil.
6. Bread each side with Bread Crumbs.
7. Heat about 2 TBS. Olive Oil in a large skillet over Medium heat.
8. Sautee each side of the fish for about 5 Minutes or until fish is flaky.



~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

This sounds delicious. I am SO hungry for fish! We usually get more when we are here in FL...nice and fresh! Enjoy your day! ♥

Anonymous said...

I really need to eat more fish and you make it sound so simple to cook. I'm going to try this recipe. Thank you.