The next thing you will notice is how darkly browned the skin has become, thanks to hours of contact with smoking wood chips in the traditional way we’ve done for decades. Haddock contains niacin, or B3, and vitamins B6 and B12. B3 can help with energy conversion as well as maintaining the nervous system, skin and hair. B6 and B12 may help brain function and the production of red blood cells. Niacin may also help to maintain healthy skin and may help to improve cardiovascular health. After being soaked in brine for hours the fish itself is smoked over oak chips with traditional smoking techniques ensuring it carries all the great new flavours of the sea. Frozen Fish Direct’s smoked Haddock is completely free of artificial colours, flavour enhancers or preservatives.
This is an authentic Scottish haggis supper-style supper that makes a great, healthy cold-weather snack. It’s free of preservatives and artificial flavours and is prepared in the traditional way for a natural, delicious flavour. The smoked haddock when properly smoked feel firm and springy to the touch, and the whole fish or fillets are fairly rigid. Also, the fish will have a slightly salty flavour.
This haddock comes from a fishery that has met the requirements identified by the MSC which defines it as being sustainable and managed under its standards.