finnan haddock

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Synonyms for finnan haddock

haddock usually baked but sometimes broiled with lots of butter

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Smoked fish is now eaten all year round - but juicy kippers, smoked Finnan haddock or delicious Arbroath smokies are still especially tempting round about now.
Apart from natural smoked haddock there's Arbroath smokie, sold in pairs and hot smoked plus the Finnan haddock, named after the village of Findon, near Aberdeen - these are cold smoked over wood with the central bone left in.
Her smoked Finnan haddock gratin with a mountain of creamed potatoes and lots of Ayrshire bacon also hit all the right notes (what an easy opportunity for a gag if I didn't like Syd) and there was enough left over for Mr and Mrs D to take a nice doggy-bag home to Old Shep.
Top fishmonger is George Armstrong (80 Raeburn Place), where the wealth of fresh fish every day includes lots of shellfish, fish ready prepared for sushi and sashimi and also home hot and cold-smoking of salmon and trout and cold-smoked kippers, mackerel, finnan haddock and oysters.
Placed a piece of Finnan haddock on top of the tomatoes and place a mound (about 1cm thick) of the Welsh rarebit cheese mix on top of your Finnan haddock.
TODAY'S Finnan haddock dish has the true seal of approval - it gave a Beach Boy good vibrations.
Add the Finnan haddock, shelled mussels, peeled prawns and the green parts of the leeks.
The haggis could be kept on the back burner and used at Ne'erday, whereas the Finnan haddock is so simple to make, this dish could happily be assigned to the weakest culinary link in your abode.
So to warm you up, simply conjure up this hearty fish chowder where the finnan haddock does all the hard work for you, packing this dish with flavour.