• Ashley

Ginger Soy Haddock


I got to try Haddock 🐟for the first time this weekend. I’d never heard of it before, so I was excited to try something new!

It’s not very fishy and has a slightly sweet profile. Its texture is firm yet tender, what I mean is It falls apart in beautiful big flakes. It is slightly chewy, but not rubbery. It’s great for recipes that call for a firmer texture.


For this recipe I used 🇮🇸 @icelandcatch Haddock filets 🐟They were kind enough to send a 4 pack of Haddock and Cod Filets for me to try - Stay tuned for the Cod filets recipe! - I thought it was really cool that they hand-cut their filets because it helps support the community by generating new jobs.

I decided to go with a bold, Asian-inspired sauce as a foolproof recipe since I wasn’t sure what to expect and it turned out very good.

Dropping the recipe below 👇👇👇

🐟 Ingredients 🐟


2 Haddock Filets (I used 🇮🇸 @icelandcatch)

1c Soy Sauce

1/2c Chopped Onions 🧅

1/4c Chopped Ginger Root - I like them chunky

1/4c Parsley 🌿

1/4c Brown Sugar

1 lemon - zest and juice 🍋

Salt and Pepper

↠ Feel free to adjust the ingredients to your own taste↞


🐟 STEPS 🐟


1️⃣ Mix all the ingredients in an oven-proof container. Marinate fillets in the fridge for 1-2 hours


2️⃣ Bake in marinade at 325° F for 20-25 minutes or until cooked through. Season with salt and pepper to taste.


3️⃣ Serve with white rice and top with marinade


Enjoy!


Let me know if you try this recipe by tagging me on Instagram @apinchofash ❤️ I love seeing your pictures 📸


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