Wild-Caught Icelandic Haddock Fillets - 8-10 oz. (x2)


Responsibly Sourced from Iceland
Nitrogen Frozen
Skinless / Boneless
Mild Flavor With a Delicate and Flaky Texture
Thick Cuts

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This easy-to-cook fish tastes fantastic no matter how you prepare it...that's the beauty of our wild-caught Icelandic Haddock. A cousin of cod, this sweet, yet mild-tasting fish pairs well with Mediterranean-inspired olives & tomatoes, Asian-inspired sesame, ginger and soy, and even beer-battered with your favorite crispy sides. Smoked Haddock, also known as Finnan Haddie, is traditionally smoked over peat. Haddock is also often marketed as “scrod,” which refers to the size, not species of fish. We could go on but we know you’re getting hungry already. Don’t delay and add Icelandic Haddock to your cart today.

Our Icelandic Haddock is wild-caught year-round in Iceland's frigid, clear waters. All of our haddock fillets are responsibly sourced directly through Erik The Red. Read more about their sustainability efforts and certifications here. The fishing vessel shown is an Icelandic pelagic trawler large enough to fish in open water for ground fish.

Servings Per Order of Wild-Caught Icelandic Haddock

Our wild-caught Icelandic haddock is delivered in a package of 2 frozen fillets of 8-10 oz. each. The standard serving size for fish is 8 oz. We recommend serving 1 fillet per person along with appetizers like our seafood soups or chowders, and side dishes such as mashed red potatoes

The Health Benefits of Haddock

Seafood is widely regarded by medical experts and dieticians to be healthy, providing nutritional benefits not found in other meat sources. While salmon is often widely publicized for its health benefits, in general, most fish species are also low in calories and fat, but high in protein, vitamins, and minerals.

Icelandic haddock has 14 grams of protein per every 3 oz. and only 60 calories. Haddock is also a valuable source of vitamins B3, B6, and B12, and each serving provides a generous amount of iron and magnesium.

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We ship out orders Monday - Friday for next-day delivery on Tuesday - Saturday, as long as the order is placed by 8AM ET. You may also schedule your seafood delivery ahead of time by choosing your desired date at checkout. Not all towns have Saturday delivery, so if you are interested in Saturday delivery, please contact our Customer Service Team by email or phone with your zip code so we can check availability. All orders scheduled to be delivered on Saturday are subject to an additional delivery fee.

All frozen packages are sealed in a reusable box with dry ice, while our fresh packages are packed with gel packs. Packages containing both frozen and fresh products will be packed with gel packs. Dry ice is not harmful to your food as CO2 is found naturally in the air we breathe, however, it can be so cold that it can burn your skin if you touch it with your bare hands. Please wear gloves when handling dry ice.

Shipping exceptions include holidays, the eve of a holiday or inclement weather. Our Customer Service Team will inform you via phone call or email if there are any issues with shipping your order out as promptly as possible.

Once you receive your package, you should open your package and make sure all your items arrived safely. If you have any issues with your products you must notify our Customer Service Team with photos of any issues via email the day your package arrives. For further questions, you can refer to our shipping policy here.

Simple Instructions for Storing and Thawing Haddock

Storage: Keep frozen ≤ 0℉ (-18° C). Vacuum-sealed fish held under these conditions should retain their quality for at least 6 to 12 months. Lean white fish (halibut, cod) generally have a longer freezer life than fatty fish (salmon, tuna, sablefish). It is important to note seafood stored in frost-free freezers should be used within 3 months.

Thawing instructions: Thaw under refrigeration ≤ 38℉ (3℃). Before thawing, puncture or remove packaging. For quick-thawing, place frozen fish in cool water for approximately 20 to 30 minutes, just until contents are flexible. Once thawed, immediately cook or refrigerate (if refrigerating, puncture the package). Regardless of the chosen thawing technique, once the product is thawed, it should be cooked within 24 hours and stored at a temperature no higher than 38℉ (3℃).

How to Cook Icelandic Haddock

All of our premium fish products can be served in a variety of ways. You can follow your own household recipe or find plenty of fish recipes online.

For a simple butter, lemon, and garlic haddock recipe, follow these instructions:

1.) Preheat oven to 350℉. Lightly spray large, shallow baking dish.

2.) Pat haddock dry and arrange into a baking dish. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

3.) In a small bowl, mix together 3 tsp. melted butter, 1/2 tsp. lemon juice, 2 cloves minced garlic. Evenly brush over fillets. Then evenly sprinkle with parsley, tarragon, and paprika.

4.) Put into oven and bake 25-35 minutes until fish is opaque and flakes easily.

Please be Aware: Consuming raw or undercooked fish may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.

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