Our easy haddock recipe is a great fish dinner that isn’t overly fishy tasting. Even the kids love it! It’s a stovetop recipe that feeds a large crowd and cooks quickly. As soon as the haddock is flakey, it’s done! Super simple. This haddock recipe is also a crowd favorite during our Christmas Eve celebration. I always prepare angel hair pasta to go with the haddock.
Full printable haddock recipe towards bottom of post.
Related: Under 400 calorie shrimp dinner (this is so good!!!)
Saute Haddock Recipe
Add the olive oil, butter and garlic to the saucepan and cook on low for about 5 minutes then add the onions and and saute on low/medium heat for about 10 minutes.
Next add sliced black olives and white wine.
Add diced tomatoes and bring to a boil.
Once the sauce comes to a boil, add the haddock. You can substitute with cod as well.
Sprinkle with salt, pepper and parsley. Cover and let boil for 3-5 minutes then simmer for 15 minutes or until fish is cooked. The haddock will be done when it breaks off with a fork and is flakey. You will notice the fish start to break apart as it cooks.
What to Serve with Haddock
That’s it! Serve over rice or angel hair pasta. If you are not a carb lover, serve with a fresh salad.
Our Easy Haddock Recipe
If you like Salmon, our salmon burger salad is also delicious.
We celebrate the Feast of the Seven Fishes while blending in an English traditional celebration from my mom’s side of the family. I cook all the fishes and my mom prepares puddings, ham, turkey and the desserts. Last week I shared our salmon recipe that we will be preparing Christmas Eve and today, I thought I would share our easy haddock recipe.
I cook between 7 and 9 fish dishes Christmas eve and the haddock and salmon are the two easy recipes out of the bunch. You can eat haddock year round and we prepare it this way all through the year.
My son loves to cook and he learned how to cook haddock when he was only 7 years old during one of our Christmas Eve celebrations. There are so many haddock recipes whether they are baked haddock, grilled haddock (wrapped in tin foil) or cooked on the stove. Haddock isn’t very fishy tasting so it’s also a fan favorite amongst the kids in my family.
Haddock Recipes for all occasions
This haddock recipe is one of our favorite dishes on Christmas eve. It’s very light and tastes delicious. The best part, it’s really easy to cook and it doesn’t take up space in the oven. Another fish recipe that is perfect for Christmas Eve is our crockpot easy seafood chowder. It’s perfect for large crowds. Many of our dishes are prepared in the oven and then need to be kept in a warmer while the others are prepared. I welcome any stove top fish recipes!