Garlic Baked Haddock- Growing up in New England, you are surrounded by all kinds of delicious fish and seafood. This Garlic Baked Haddock with buttery Ritz crackers is a staple in our house.
Garlic Baked Haddock- Baked Cod or Haddock topped with buttery Ritz crackers and fresh lemon juice is one of best dishes of New England and it’s one of my favorites, for sure. It’s especially yummy on a chilly evening, and it’s also an a nice change from all the grilled dishes we have been eating most of the warmer spring and summer months. We do make this during the warmer weather months also but it seems once the weather gets colder this recipe gets made at least every other week. This dish is real comfort food for us.
This Garlic Baked Haddock is a very traditional dish here in New England. It is on almost any seafood restaurants menu , and is so melt-in-your-mouth yummy, it will be hard to go back to eating fish any other way!
Fish is one of our favorite meals in our house. We normally have it twice a week or so whether it be a white fish or salmon or seafood.
Garlic Baked Haddock is one of our favorite, simple ways to make haddock or cod. I love the flavors of the butter, garlic and wine together. I mean garlic and butter just make everything taste better don’t you think?!!
Garlic Baked Haddock is SO delicious!
Garlic Baked Haddock
Growing up in New England, you are surrounded by all kinds of delicious fish and seafood. This Garlic Baked Haddock with buttery Ritz crackers is a staple in our house.
Servings: 4 servings
- 1 1/2 lb haddock fillets
- 4 tbsp. salted butter melted
- 3 garlic cloves finely minced
- 4 tbsp. white cooking wine
- 2 tbsp. fresh squeezed lemon juice
- 15 Ritz crackers crumbled
- Fresh Parsley minced
Preheat oven to 350. Rinse fish fillets and pat dry with a paper towel. Fit in the baking dish or ceramic dish .
Combine melted butter, garlic, cooking wine and lemon juice. Pour a few tablespoons into the bottom of your baking dish.
Place fish fillets on top of the butter mixture in the baking dish.
Pour remaining butter mixture over the top. Evenly sprinkle the Ritz crackers over the top of the fish. Then lightly sprinkle with the parsley.
Bake, uncovered, for about 15 minutes or until the fish flakes easily.
I broil for 5 minutes more to crisp up the Ritz cracker crumbs even more.