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25 July 2009

Haddock with Bay Leaves

Haddock with Bay Leaves

I get a knock on my door the other day. My landlord is standing there with branches of bay leaves: “I thought you would enjoy these! I’ve been pruning the tree” he said. What a kind and thoughtful guy!

One thing I love about summer cooking is knocking up perfectly simple and quick dishes like this one and the abundance of chilled Sauvignon Blanc, of course!

I had some haddock that Chris picked up earlier that morning and thought I’d pair the two.

Here it is:

Haddock with Bay Leaves
 
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Ingredients
  • Fresh dried bay leaves
  • Haddock fillets
  • Fresh garlic
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper

Instructions
  1. Choose some bay leaves and garlic
  2. Lay out your haddock fillets on a baking pan drizzled with olive oil
  3. Drizzle the fillets with some more olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, layer with bay leaves, and baked.
  4. Cook fish about 7 minutes per inch, measuring at the thickest point. Bake at 350F/180C/4G.

 

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8 thoughts on “Haddock with Bay Leaves

  1. beth your fish was excellent very tasty, and so tender specially not fishy. i had it for my lunch with my special wine,yummy so delicious with the bay leaves.bravo beth waiting for a new recipes.god bless you

  2. Okay, I have been dreaming about this dish in my sleep. Im waiting on Matthew to go diving and catch a great fish to prepare in this method.

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