Jellyfish, Troglodyte, Ectoplasm!
Some of you may recognise those terms of… shall we say, non-endearment, from the famous Tintin comics. Captain Haddock, renowned for having a short fuse, used a full range of such terms throughout the series.
What’s that got to do with fish?
Well, not a lot, to be honest, but I had to fill the space. Hey, at least I’m honest!
Still the most popular fish for fish and chips, haddock are a fish of considerable commercial value and are 1 of the ‘Big 5’ species of fish eaten here in the UK. The others are cod, tuna, salmon and prawns.
They can also be enjoyed when not being coated in batter – as a white fish, they are quite versatile and can be cooked and enjoyed with simple ingredients.