In the cold north Atlantic waters the sacred cod and haddock thrive. Living in Maine, haddock is plentiful and reasonably priced. Haddock has been part of Maine diet for centuries. Haddock is a white flaky fish that is mild in flavor. Haddock can be used in chowders, broiled, baked or deep fried for classic "Fish n' Chips".
Baked stuffed haddock is the perfect autumn meal in Maine.
One pound of fresh haddock
One Can of crab meat ( "lump" Crab Meat is best)
One Cup of Panko crumbs ( Japanese bread crumbs)
half stick of melted butter
Salt & pepper
Pre-heat oven at 350 degrees.
In baking dish add 1/4 cup of white wine, garlic and a "little" bit of butter. Place haddock on top of mixture. Mix Panko bread crumbs, salt & pepper, melted butter and crab meat together and add stuffing on top of haddock. Squeeze lemon and bake for @ 20 minutes til fish is flaky and bread crumbs are brown.
We serve this on a bed of rice with vegetables. Delicious!