ORIGIN: North Atlantic
160g - 220g approx
Second only to cod in popularity, haddock is a much smaller fish than cod with a sweeter flavour. Haddock has iron-grey skin and a silvery belly with a distinctive black line running the length of the fillet. ... The fish has flaky flesh, and is available fresh or frozen, whole or as steaks and fillets.
The haddock has the elongated, tapering body shape typical of members of the cod family. ... The upper side of the haddock's body varies in colour from dark grey brown to nearly black while the lower part of the body is dull silvery white.
A raw fillet (weighing 193g) contains approximately 143 calories, 31.5g of protein, and 0.9g of fat. It contains no carbohydrates, fiber, or sugar. Haddock is a good source of vitamin B6 and B12, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, and selenium.