Haddock, rightly or wrongly is when people think of fish and chips. That’s fine; Fish and Chips, after all, is a fantastic British success story. Or, their taste buds might be taken to smoked haddock, which goes with pretty much anything and alone is a stunning piece of fish.
Still the most popular fish for fish and chips, haddock is 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.
We source our haddock fillets from the rich waters off the coast of Scotland, and like our succulent salmon fillets are one of the most popular products we deliver to our restaurants and hoteliers.
Our friendly, professional fishmongers here at AO Seafoods take great care to make sure that all fillets are properly prepared to make sure you don’t lose any of the delicate flavours this dish can bring you. With their flaky white flesh and mild, slightly sweet taste, our haddock fillets are incredibly versatile, lending themselves perfectly to various cooking methods.
As we know, fillets can be enjoyed with a portion of homemade chunky chips, but batterless haddock fillets served with lemon, petit pois and new or baby potatoes are well worth writing home about.