finnan haddock


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finnan haddock

(ˈfɪnən) or

finnan haddie

n
(Cookery) smoked haddock
[C18: finnan after Findon, a village in Scotland south of Aberdeen + haddock]
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Noun1.finnan haddock - haddock usually baked but sometimes broiled with lots of butter
haddock - lean white flesh of fish similar to but smaller than cod; usually baked or poached or as fillets sauteed or fried
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There was kippered salmon, and Finnan haddocks, and a lamb's head, and a haggis--a celebrated Scotch dish, gentlemen, which my uncle used to say always looked to him, when it came to table, very much like a Cupid's stomach-- and a great many other things besides, that I forget the names of, but very good things, notwithstanding.
British Omelette By Executive Sous Chef Satish Yerramilli (The Ritz-Carlton, Doha) It is a truly wonderful creation, a flat but fluffy open-faced omelette made with smoked finnan haddock.
I chose the risotto of smoked Finnan haddock, with parmesan and lemon oil (PS9).
FRESH fish was reported to be rather scarce and expensive in Huddersfield shops, with halibut and finnan haddock almost unobtainable.
Smoked finnan haddock makes the best kedgeree by far.
His main courses offer a choice of Hamman eggs, Finnan haddock, lamb Shankly and chop Souey-ness.
Smoked fish is now eaten all year round - but juicy kippers, smoked Finnan haddock or delicious Arbroath smokies are still especially tempting round about now.