Frozen Haddock

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What Is Haddock?

Indeed, a true British masterpiece! Haddock, famous in the UK for the classic fish n chips meal, provides a unique taste, with a lean yet delectable flesh. It is commonly found in the North Atlantic and the surrounding seas, an important fishery product. Haddock is a part of the cod family with a mild taste, firm flesh and a juicy texture. It has been used with cod interchangeably, but it has a much sweeter flavour, making it the perfect white fish to smoke.

If you have been searching for a fish-filled with protein and can be enjoyed at any meal, don’t look further. Frozen Fish Direct’s Frozen Haddock is the right complement to your diet if you want to roast it, bake, fry it or barbecue it. For both experienced chefs and amateur cookers, this is the most reliable and versatile fish.

Processing Haddock

It is possible to store fresh fish for several months without any visible difference in texture and eat quality by quickly freezing it after capturing and then preserving it at a suitably cold, fixed temperature. The defrosted product is barely distinguishable from the finest fresh fish using this storage process. The freezing process for haddock is often done as soon as possible. The whole haddock and fish fillets are frozen using vertical or horizontal plate freezers. To minimise dehydration and oxidation, the frozen haddocks are then processed and packed. Then, using enclosed, refrigerated trucks or containers, all of which function at around -20 ° C, the cold storage chain is sustained throughout the delivery.

Benefits Of Frozen Haddock

Because of its relatively high protein but low-calorie and low-mercury concentration, Haddock is among the best fish to eat. It is also an excellent source of essential omega-3 fatty acids that help avoid deadly cancer cells and undesirable tumours from growing. The risk of cancer will be prevented by adding haddock fish to your healthy routine. Haddock, like other fish, provides just a trace of saturated fat, making it a heart-healthy option for your lunch and dinner and a good red meat substitute. The phosphorus and selenium content of Haddock is noteworthy. While selenium is an antioxidant nutrient that works wonders in battling free radicals, phosphorus builds strong bones and teeth. Haddock is packed with essential vitamins, especially B vitamins like folate, cobalamin, thiamin, vitamin B6, niacin, riboflavin and pantothenic acid, which all play critical roles in the food and cell metabolism of cells as well as the formation of red blood cells. The haddock is not only delicious, but it’s also lower in saturated fat and carries no carbohydrates.

Why Buy Frozen Haddock From Us?

For your family and loved ones, pick the best seafood. The frozen whole haddock and fish fillets from Frozen Fish Direct are wild-caught, full of protein and free from harmful additives. The unique flavours and superior quality of our fish and seafood will give you what you are searching for. We will never compromise on quality. We have already scaled, gutted and filleted every frozen haddock we sell. In both retail offerings and food service packages, we sell a wide choice of frozen haddock. The standards for packaging can be tailored to specific customers’ requirements. Our skilled fishmongers inspect all fish to preserve the standards that we expect. Our ideals are linked to the ocean, so we have profound respect for all that originates there. We are dedicated to providing sustainable fish and seafood, including the best business core values, in addition to maintaining long-lasting partnerships with suppliers, customers and fishermen.

Frozen Haddock Nutritional Facts

A 150-gram serving of 1 Haddock fillet provides:

Calories: 135
Calories from Fat: 7.4
Total Fat: 0.8g
Cholesterol: 99mg
Sodium: 391.5mg
Potassium: 526.5mg
Carbohydrates: 0g
Sugar: 0g
Fibre: 0g
Protein: 30g
Vitamin A: 93IU
Vitamin B6: 0.5mg
Vitamin B12: 3.2μg
Vitamin D: 34.5IU
Vitamin E: 0.8mg
Vitamin K: 0.2μg
Calcium: 21mg
Iron: 0.3mg
Magnesium: 39mg
Phosphorus: 417mg
Zinc: 0.6mg
Selenium: 47.6μg
Retinol: 31.5μg
Niacin: 6.2mg
Folate: 19.5μg
Choline: 119.4mg

Frozen Haddock Recipe

FAQs

Can you cook haddock from frozen?

You can completely skip the defrosting method and cook the frozen haddock straight from the freezer. To compensate for the lack of thawing, you will need to add few more minutes to the cooking time, but then you can steam, poach, broil, bake or grill the fish straight out of the fridge!

How long in the freezer is the haddock good for?

It will retain the highest quality for around 2 to 3 months if stored correctly but will remain secure to eat beyond that period. The shown freezer time is just for best quality, cooked haddock which has been maintained continually frozen at 0 ° F are kept indefinitely safe.

Before cooking, should frozen haddock be defrosted?

Cooking raw foods from a frozen state is perfectly alright, but you will need to significantly raise your cooking time by almost fifty percent to cook it completely. Do not thaw frozen seafood at room temp but defrost it overnight in the fridge.

How do you quickly defrost the fish?

Any fish will rapidly defrost using cold water. In a bowl of cold water, place the frozen fish. Let it stay for almost an hour before using it to make sure that it thaws perfectly. You may also run the fish under cool water to defrost it as a substitute.

Is it safe to consume frozen haddock?

Freezing not just preserves and maintains the nutrient content of the fish; it also helps to prevent bacteria from growing and developing. Consequently, we achieve product safety by opting frozen fish.