Member's Mark Haddock Fillets by Treasures of the Sea (40 oz.)
About this item
- All-natural, wild caught haddock fillets
- Skinless and boneless
- Great source of protein
- Individually sealed for freshness in a resealable bag
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This item may be unavailable from time to time.
Member's Mark Haddock Fillets by Treasures of the Sea are an all-natural way to do dinner. These wild-caught frozen haddock fillets are easy to prepare due to the mild flavor and flaky texture. Your family will enjoy this delicious fish no matter what haddock fillet recipe you use!
What Is the Nutritional Value of Member's Mark Haddock Fillets?
In each 4-oz. serving size of these frozen haddock fillets, you will find only 90 calories and 1 gram of fat. They are an excellent source of protein because each fillet contains 21 grams of protein. Plus, you will get 460 mg of the daily recommended 3,500 mg of potassium.
How Are These Member's Mark Haddock Fillets Prepared?
For preparation, use one of your favorite haddock recipes to decide the seasonings or marinade. Preheat the oven to 425°F. Remove the fillet from the plastic pouch and rinse it under cool water before seasoning. They can be put in the oven thawed or frozen. Bake your fillet for 20 to 25 minutes if frozen and 17-22 minutes if thawed. The Haddock fillet is ready when it flakes easily. These fillets are both skinless and boneless to make cooking and eating them a snap.
What are the Health Benefits of Eating Haddock?
The protein in haddock whether you are eating a baked or smoked haddock recipes is roughly 40% of the recommended daily allowance. This makes it a great way to feel full longer and maintain even blood sugar levels. Due to the lower fat content in haddock, it is a diet-friendly food that is good for those that are on heart-healthy diets.
What do Haddock Fillets Pair With?
Due to the very mild flavor of haddock, this fish pairs well with many different flavors. Crowd-pleasing haddock fillet recipes include lemon, butter or mustard seasonings. It is good to add to fish chowders or to fry like fish and chips.