|by Linda Collister|
No kneading, no waiting for the dough to rise--these breads are the easiest of all to make.
Results 1 - 10 of 117 for breaded haddock
In a blender or food processor, process first 6 ingredients to make crumbs. Line a shallow baking sheet with foil. Place fish on foil; brush with ...
Place any amount of haddock in baking dish ... and pepper. Combine bread crumbs with dill, ... Serve with remaining lemon wedges and a sprig of parsley.
Combine stuffing mixture lightly. Place stuffing in fish. Skewer to hold together. Lay brown paper on cookie sheet. Place fish on paper. Bake at 350 ...
Dip fish in ... with Pam. Gently cook the haddock over low heat about 5 minutes on each side. Makes 4 servings, each = 1 protein and 1/4 bread allowance.
Steam 1 fish; ... baking-dish and fill with alternate layers of fish and milk sauce; sprinkle top with bread-crumbs, and bake until it puffs up in center.
Make the Sauce: ... finished with the Haddock. Prep the ... finally into the bread crumb mixture. Be ... to hold the breaded Haddock to about ... and remains moist. 'n Ron
Heat oven to 400 degrees. In small bowl, combine all ingredients except fish. Place fish on individual squares of greased foil. Spoon crumb mixture ...
Brush fillets with ... pepper. Put one haddock fillet in buttered ... cream. Sprinkle with bread crumbs. Bake 25 ... Garnish with fresh lemon when serving.
Arrange fish in ... until tender, add bread crumbs, grated cheese ... calories, cut butter down to 2 tablespoons, use 1 slice bread for crumbs and 1/4 cup milk.
Cut fresh or ... Spread 1 tablespoon tatar sauce over fish. Cover with top half of bun. Pre-breaded frozen fish fillets may also be fried as shown above.
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