Pan-Fried Haddock

Posted by leannekarella on February 26th, 2013 |Filed Under Recipes | Leave a Comment

Here’s a quick, easy recipe. You can use any whitefish you like. My personal favorites are haddock & halibut, but I also love cod.

1 lb fillets
1 large egg
onion powder
garlic powder
salt & pepper to taste.

Whisk together egg and seasoning. You can of course add other seasons if you like. I prefer to taste the fish and enhance it than cover it up.

Have non stick fry pan on low heat, nice coating of olive or grapeseed oil.

Rinse the fillets and dry with paper towel. Dip into egg and coat thoroughly.

Pan fry till lightly browned on one side. Flip and brown other side. If your fillets are thin enough, they’ll be done by the time it’s browned.

In the picture is mashed cauliflower and asparagus. The sauce on the fish is the honey mustard sauce from an earlier post.


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