Thursday, April 15, 2010

Baked Haddock, Buttery Lobster and Wine Sauce Recipe

Haddock is one my favorite white fish. We had it in abundance in
Upstate NY, every Friday night a fish fry was a tradition and still is for many of my friends and family that still live there. I can't ever get enough of this wonderful white flaky fish when I visit home. My husband and I love this fish. Tonight I decided to bake it with this breadcrumb lobster filling. The buttery lobster and white wine just came together perfectly. Hope you try this one, two pieces wasn't enough for both of us, we loved it!


The bread crumbs were full of garlicky flavor and a hint of wine butter.



Just the top had the bread crumbs but it tasted like a stuffing on top of the haddock with the grating cheese, garlic and lobster topping.



1 pound of cleaned haddock filet's or other white fish
1 lobster tail cut into chunks
1 cup of Italian flavored bread crumbs ( 1/2 cup each filet)
1/2 cup Chablis white wine
1/2 stick butter
extra virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder, cayenne pepper, black pepper
2 tablespoon grating cheese
3 tablespoons lemon juice
Mix in a bowl, bread crumbs with olive oil, spices, grating cheese, set aside. Place both filet's of haddock in a large pie plate that has three tablespoons of olive oil on the bottom of the plate. Spread the bread crumb mixture over the top of each filet evenly. Add lobster chunks. Melt butter in the microwave, pour over bread crumbs and lobster chunks. Add white wine and lemon juice pooling on the bottom of the pie plate around the fish, not on top. Sprinkle with more grating cheese. Bake on 350 until lightly browned and fish flakes easily, around 25 minutes.

23 comments:

Grumpy & HoneyB said...

This is a dish we would definitely enjoy Claudia!

Sandi said...

Yummy!!! that looks delicious!!!

Trix said...

oooh, fish with lobster - very decadent! I like.

Gera @ SweetsFoodsBlog said...

Garlicky bread crumbs, wine butter all in a fish recipe..this is called very good taste, Claudia!
I really like to try it when I can :)

Have a great weekend,

Gera

Nicole said...

I need to try something with lobster filling. This looks so delish, tomorrow I am getting breadcrumbs and trying!

Tania said...

:-P it makes me hungry!

citronetvanille said...

I cannot resist such a beautiful piece of fish, and of course if you add lobster, what can I say? give me two servings please!

Cinnamon-Girl said...

I bet this just melts in your mouth! Such rich and delicious flavors! I love it.

redkathy said...

Sounds and looks super Claudia. Wish I could buy some lobster tails! I just love the breadcrumb topping on fish. You are so right, it does taste like stuffing.

Cookin' Canuck said...

This looks and sounds so good, Claudia. What a lovely way to dress up a fish fillet.

Paula said...

oh, this looks sooo delicious!

Ruth said...

You know me. could have fish everyday and this recipe is sheer luxury. Hmm lobster and fish! perfection!!

MaryMoh said...

What a beautiful combination of seafood!

My Little Space said...

What a sinful dish! Wish I can have it now!

AppleC said...

That looks and sounds INSANELY delicious. Love the recipe.

Off topic: The Utica Riggie Fest is coming up - think it's next weekend. Since I know you are a fan of Utica foods, what's your best Riggie recipe? I'll be posting the 6 Chicken Riggie recipes from the Taste of Utica book Sunday and will probably make 2 or 3 of them.

denise @ quickies on the dinner table said...

Oh my! That is beautiful and something I would definitely love to tuck into!

Belinda @zomppa said...

This looks sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.

Alina said...

How decadent! I love haddock too. Did you invent the recipe yourself?

Erin said...

You just completely upped the WOW factor with fish! Amazing!

Tina said...

I will need to try haddock it does look like a hearty fish. Lobster wine sauce sounds fantastic, great meal and thanks for the recipe!

Ann said...

Oh- fabulous! It sounds so delicious!

Peggy said...

Anything with lobster sounds good to me! This looks like a really great dish Claudia!

Kim Bee said...

This looks so good Claudia. I feel bad now that I deep fried mine. This version is so much healthier and pretty. Bookmarking for another day. My brother is suppose to bring us haddock from Nova Scotia in a couple weeks. Cannot wait, going to be so good.