About Haddock Fish Options

There are a lot of ways to enjoy our haddock fillets. They can be baked, fried, or used in soups and stews. These versatile fillets are high in omega-3 and also a good source of vitamins and minerals. They are skinless and boneless, making them easy to prepare.

Haddock Fish Options is a white fish in the cod family that has a mild flavor and firm flesh. It is a great alternative to cod in fish cakes, tacos, or chowders and is also delicious when smoked. It is a demersal fish that lives on bottom and eats shellfish, sea urchins, and worms. Haddock is harvested with trawl nets, gillnets, bottom longlines, and rod and reel, which have minimal impact on habitat. Like cod, haddock is not overfished in the Gulf of Maine and is managed with a variety of conservation measures, including time/area closures to protect spawning fish and minimum fish sizes.

Exploring Haddock Fish Options: From Fresh to Frozen

More information about Gulf of Maine haddock fishery management can be found on NOAA’s Stock SMART website.

Whether you are looking for a healthier version of traditional fish and chips or something quick and easy to make at home, this one-pan lemon haddock recipe is sure to please. The light and crispy batter on the outside of these fish fillets is complemented with a fresh lemon sauce to create a delicious dish that will quickly become a household favorite.