Haddock Bubbly Bake
This is really great served with mashed potatoes and peas or veggie of your choice. This dish is a favorite of Nova Scotia, Canada.
This is really great served with mashed potatoes and peas or veggie of your choice. This dish is a favorite of Nova Scotia, Canada.
This recipie is great! Try adding broccoli, it gives this recipie what it needs. It's the way we make it in Nova Scotia!Read More
This recipie is great! Try adding broccoli, it gives this recipie what it needs. It's the way we make it in Nova Scotia!
Because I love haddock, I am always trying new fish recipes. This one was good. Next time I may add a little something because it felt too oniony and maybe a little bland. Maybe broccoli would do it. Also, this should definitely be served with potatos not rice. I won't make that mistake again. It took away from the wonderful fish flavor!
This is easy and quite good. We have also made the same recipe substituting condensed lobster or crab bisque for the mushroom soup and found it to be fantastic.
This recipe is excellent! Of course, i didn't follow it exactly (I never do follow recipes to a "t") but it sure was a hit. I baked a mixture of haddock and shrimp with onions, mushrooms and asparagus. The cream of mushroom soup was excellent. I paired it with garlic mashed potatoes and voila! instant comfort food. I am making it again this week, except I will use chicken and shrimp, cream of chicken soup, fresh broccoli and mushrooms. Thanks for the fantastic recipe!
My husband and toddler loved it. I personly do not like fish but this was very good, but i was confused about the soup was not sure if I should make it by direction on the can or just pour it over. I made it by the can and realized I should have just pour it over. The cheese in the recipe is the dairy to be added to it. Enjoy it!
This recipe made for a wonderful dinner. I used cream of asparagus soup and added a can of asparagus to the baking dish, which turned out to be very good. I'll be making this dish again soon!
This was great. I added shrimp and sauteed the onions with some mushrooms before adding them. Thanks for the recipe!
Very very Good. I used fat free soup and also 2 % cheddar cheese. I will definitely make this again.
My husband loved this dish. I used pollock fillets, and it turned out very well. I added some lemon juice to mine because I found it fairly bland. Next time, I'll need to add something to spice it up. But...there will definitely be a next time.
Kides loved it
I seasoned the fish with salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder. I put chopped broccoli, carmelized onions, and mushrooms on top of the fish, and then added the can of mushroom soup, and topped it all with the shredded cheese. This exceeded my husband's expectations. Very good!!
This was great!! It was so easy and everyone loved it!! Have already given the recipe to a couple of friends. Will fix on a regular basis. THANKS SUSAN.
Great recipe - easy & delicious. I used very little onion (we aren't onion fans) and added fresh sliced mushrooms. Even my 2 kids liked it. Definitely will make this again.
Very Tasty! The fish was very tender and flavorful. I substituted basa as well. My toddler shoveled the fish in! Thank you Susan
My family loved it! We don't usually eat fish, but when we were given some haddock I tried this recipe and everyone wanted more. We will definitely be adding this to our regular menu line up and sharing it with family and friends!
This recipe was a bit bland. It needed something but I don't know what. The fish, however, came out perfectly moist and flaky. Also, I would skip adding pepper next time because even the tiny bit I added was overwhelming.
I thought this was wonderful and easy to make. My husband had two servings for dinner and took what was left for lunch. That's saying something since he 'hates' leftovers. Thanks!!
This is a very easy receipe. Full of flavour. Its a good receipe because you can get it ready, put it in the oven for 40 minutes while you prepare the other food. Will definitely make this again!
The sauce is very thick, needs water or something
I have made this several times now and I have to say we don't eat a great deal of fish but this recipe has certainly changed that!! I have made it just as the recipe calls for and I have also added broccoli under it first. Making it for Sunday dinner for company tomorrow...again!!
Easy fast recipe. I am not a fan of can soup, so I made my own white sauce( flour& butter and milk) . I love making this recipes for family & friends, they always ask for the recipe.
What a surprise! I try to make fish different each Friday, but I was iffy on this since the ingredients sounded more like a beef or pork dish. It was so good! Not to mention easy! The kids asked if I would make it again this week too!
Wonderful recipe. I made this for my husband and shared it with my mum. It quickly became a family favorite!
VERY good. I used 5 haddock fillets (2 rectagular blocks) and thawed them for 2 and 1/2 days in fridge before using. I added whole carrots along sides of pyrex dish. Carrots were good in the dish. I didn't have cream of mushroom so I used cream of asparagus. My kids ate it. Was Very easy. I think you don't need to add any extra salt because soup is salty anyway. Thanks for a nice recipe. S.A. Shay
I would have rated this a 2 but my husband would have rated it a 4 so I think this is really a matter of taste. I found all the tastes very distinct: like I was eating haddock, onion, cream of mushroom soup, and cheese rather than a dish where those elements combined nicely. That didn't bother my husband, though. I think the onion needs to be sauteed before adding. If you leave the onion raw (even thinly sliced), it's still crisp and raw tasting after cooking. I think adding some crushed ritz crackers on top would have improved the taste as well. While I won't be making this again, my husband is certainly glad we tried it once! Thanks.
We were looking for an easy, tasty fish dish for Lenten Fridays, and this one is IT! We also have adapted it for lower calories, using lowfat condensed soup and fat free cheddar cheese. Still tastes great!
I wanted a different way to prepare haddock last Friday night and found this recipe. I spent more time finding the soup aisle in the supermarket than it took to prepare this recipe. Our meal was great and this recipe is a real keeper.
Really enjoyed this one!
Very tasty and a good change for fish.
This was a winner. I used frozen haddock loins, fat free low sodium mushroom soup, vidallia onion and fat free cheddar cheese slices. My husband got home late so it spent 2 hrs. on warm in the oven and it was still tasty. Served it with mashed potatoes, sauted red & yellow peppers & onion and roasted yellow and green squash. Loved it.
I made it with cod. It came out awful. I would not reccomend this dish.
This recipe is easy, good for you, and open to all kinds of tasty variations..what ever is in your pantry. I like to saute the onions, with added chopped garlic before baking.Very good recipe!
This was very delicious. I took advice from other reviewers and added broccoli. I also substituted green onions instead of regular onions. I steamed the broccoli for 10 mins before adding it to the fish. Then spooned the soup over fish and broccoli,added cheddar cheese and for a nice twist topped it off with crushed Ritz crackers. Baked 350 for 30 mins. My fiancee doesn't care for fish but he really liked this and had seconds.
This recipe was very tasty and easy to make, but I will reduce the amount of onion next time.
We thought it was kind of mushy
Wonderful and Easy. My 8 yr old said "Most Awesomest Fish". I sauteed a can of mushrooms with the onions. Sprinkled the fish with Mrs. Dash with the salt/pepper. Layered 1 lb of shrimp on top of fish, then onions, soup, and cheese. Thanks for the recipe- this one is a keeper!
Couldn't be more simple to prepare, and came out perfect the first time I made it. Everybody loved it.
This was good. I used Kingfish instead of Haddock because that was what we caught and it was perfect as kingfish (aka - bluefish) is a fishy fish and the soup gave it a very pleasant flavor! I carmelized the onions and added several carmelized cloves of garlic as well. I also thined the soup a bit with skim milk so it wasn't so overbearing. We served it up a fresh salad, crusty bread and asparagus. I plan on making this again and using a condensenced shrimp bisque adding chopped shrimp to it and doubling the onion and garlic.
Followed recipe as stated, it was delicious!
It was a horrid mess.
I omitted the cheese to save some fat cals, but even without the cheese, this was great! I used garlic salt and freshly ground pepper...yum! This was so easy to make.
My husband absolutely love this!! As others sugested, great to add veggies. I usualy add carrots and bok choy. Also, I sprinkle lime juice onto the fih to eliminate the fishy smell/taste.
So excellent!! We didn't vary much from the recipe. We added brocolli, and only baked it for 30min, covered for 20min. We served this with baked potatoes - we really loved it!! We did use cream of celery, but really any of the cream soups would work depending on your preferance. We also added garlic. Oh ya and we used less onion, maybe by half based on so many of the reviews. Will definitely be making this again!
Instead of Haddock fish, I used orange roughy. It really had a good taste and not fishy. We needed something different besides frying.
My husband absolutely loved this recipe & it couldn't be much easier to make. K
This was surprisingly easy and delicious! I used haddock fillets.
I made this when I had a big family gathering with not much time for food preparation. Superb with mashed potatoes! I have also made it with Basa fillets instead of haddock and they are just as tasty.
This was incredably flavourful! With the exception of my toddler, who was sick, everybody loved it!
This recipe was very easy to put together and there is no fuss. Just pop it in the oven. Makes a great meal. My family loved it, even the 5yr. old!
Wow, what a great dish! Very easy and very hearty. I used Amy's Organic Cream of mushroom soup -- so so good! Next time, I'll dice the onions. Excellent. Wouldn't hesitate to make this for guests.
we (one new yorker & one pennsylvanian) thought the recipe was good and are scoring it 3 1/2 stars. i lightly sauteed my onions & sprinkled a few ritz cracker crumbs over top for added texture. this haddock dish goes well with brown rice & corn on the cob. thanks susan!
Wonderful, easy dinner idea! I use Cream of Broccoli instead. If I need a larger, all in one meal, I use a large casserole dish and after putting the fish in and pouring the soup on top, I put fresh cut broccoli around the edges of the dish...then once I used a can of cheese soup and spread over the broccoli. (Didn't have shredded on hand) MMM...hot melted cheese and broccoli :) I also sprinkle a little parmesan cheese on the fish before covering it with the shredded sharp cheddar. Just gives it a little more flavor. My daughter always goes back for seconds with this meal! Oh, and always rice as the side :)
Quick & easy! Also tastes great using Cod!
Excellent!! It did seem a little mushy but it tasted so good..
Excellent way to make fish. We loved it. I did doctor it up a little. Used garlic powder and bread crumbs as well. Will be making this again for sure.
This was delicious. We substituted Scrod instead. Worked just as well. Perfect for that chilly late fall/early winter evening!
I must confess, I'm Nova Scotian and, before tonight, I'd never eaten this dish. It could have something to do with the fact that I flat-out refused to eat any type of seafood as a child. Apparently, every single person I know has eaten this, and all of them rave about it. I'm a big seafood eater now though and this dish is really tasty. It's definately comfort food. We had it with heaps of garlic mashed potatoes. Mmmmmmmmmm.
Excellent. Like others, does come out very juicey. But the juice keeps it very moist. Keeping this recipe.
Might I first say that there are much too many onions in this dish. I made it because I, for one, hate Haddock and thought I might try out a recipe to try and give it some flavor besides vinegar and bread crumbs. I even followed the other reviews and still nothing. I'm very sorry, but for my palette, this dish needs further revision.
I'd give this a 2, but my husband said 4. I won't be making it again.
I first tried this recipe a year ago after having been served it at a dinner while visiting friends in Nova Scotia. Have made it 3 times at home so far & we enjoy it very much each time. Whenever i see fresh wild caught haddock at the market, I know what we will be having for dinner. Thanks for passing this gem on. I agree with others that this is wonderful served with mashed potatoes. Veda
My husband and I LOVED this dish! I sauteed onions along with fresh mushrooms first and then followed the recipe. I used some other white fish that was on sale, instead of haddock and I used shredded Colby-Jack cheese instead of Cheddar and that was very good. I served it over Basmati rice (or any other white rice). It was awesome! I will definitely make it again!
I am not a huge fish eater but this dish was great. I will make again. Thanks
I was disappointed with this recipe. I think the onions needed to be sauteed before being baked and the flavor just seemed a bit bland. Sorry! :-(
This is a winner! Easy,and delicious. Like a few others,I sauted' the onions first,just til golden; I also topped the cheese with buttered,crushed Ritz cracker crumbs.Yum!
Absolutely yummy. I added 1 TB of lemon juice and changed the cream of mushroom to cream of broccoli. Also added chopped broccoli around the edge.
This was simply fantastic! So easy and SO SO SO delicious! I served it with peas and roasted potatoes...but mashed potatoes would be wonderful, too. I used 2 cans of mushroom soup (instead of one), and I got this wonderful sauce (that tasted fantastic over the potatoes and peas!!) I only used 3/4 of an onion because it seemed like enough at the time - but now wish I had used more, as they were a nice addition (even my husband, who isn't a big fan of lots of onion, even remarked on how he enjoyed the onions). Also - I made this in a large baking dish, so I had a single layer of fish on the bottom. Not sure if that matters. This gets HIGH marks with us!
Used non fat cheddar cheese. Great. This was a hit with everyone.
As written is is okay but prefer to saute the onion first and also use an older cheddar cheese. Definitely great comfort food. Actually you can use any cheese that you prefer and just results in a different taste. Thanks Nova Scotia...............
This needs some chicken bouillon mixed with the soup and maybe some garlic and other seasonings. Not very tasty as written.
I'm not a huge fish fan, but wanting to change up our meals I searched for an easy fish recipe and found this. It's amazing what you can do with canned soup! The fish was so moist and so tender. Very delicious! I've also made this with cream of cheddar cheese soup and left out the grated cheese on top.
Very tasty, easy to throw together. Thank you.
Thought this recipe was ok....I did carmelize the onions and added extra mushrooms. I also added some garlic powder, but was still a little bland. I will try this again adding more spices or even using a different type of cream soup.
This was sooooo good!! Have even sent a copy to my Mom!! A regular in our house now!!
Awesome! I sprinkled about 2 tbls of breadcrumbs on top of the soup. I also used fat free cream of mushroom soup and it was still great. My husband loved it as well.
This was not good. The combination of the soup, onion and fish just didn't work - we couldn't even eat it.
Very good, but the time stated to bake as 40 min. is way to long for any fish fillets. I shut the oven off after 20 min. and let sit. Eileen
My family really enjoyed this dish a lot and want this served again. This is great too because it uses things that are staples in any kitchen pantry. I used Orange Roughy. My son liked it so much he ate 3 pieces. There was too much onion though and next time I will cut that in half. Thanks for the great recipe!
This was soo easy!! And my husband and son loved it!
Super easy to make but not as tasty as I expected it to be. Added some capers to give a bit more flavour.
We really liked this (well we are Nova Scotians too). Unfortunately, I didn't read the rest of the reviews before making it and didn't saute the onions. Next time I will, they weren't cooked. I used low fat cream of mushroom and also added broccoli. Other reviewers found that the ingredients didn't mix, and the soup overpowered the fish. I didn't find that at all. As another reviewer said, I just can't give a 5 star to a canned soup recipe, however, we really liked it and will def make again.
The ingredients are a good basis for a quick and easy dinner. Three stars because I think a little difference in prep will make for better flavor. I sauteed sliced onions and mushrooms in a little butter. I splashed a little vermouth in, let it reduce and then stirred in 1/2 the mushroom soup. I spread this over a well-patted dry piece of haddock. I baked about 20 minutes. I added 1/4 c. of vermouth to the rest of the mushroom soup. I poured over the dish then baked 5 minutes more. After baking removed the haddock to a serving dish, sprinkled with the cheese and let it sit 10 minutes. Stirred the mushroom soup and veggies, then served the sauce separately. Turned out pretty good. A friend suggested a few chopped tomatoes on the top might even be nice. Served it with steamed broccoli and wild rice. Garlic mashed potatoes would be yummy too!
Very good - did do a few modifications. I like to add more veggies, so I sauteed the onions with a red pepper, orange pepper, and 2 small jalapeno. After sauteing, I added 1 small zucchini, chopped, and a can of chopped mushrooms. I changed the cream of mushroom soup to cream of chicken and served the whole thing over pasta. My husband and I both loved it!
Added the broccoli. I'd make it again.
Love this recipe! I had it a lot growing up but we used a very small amount of minced onion so as to not over-power the dish with onion flavor. Also, can't imagine having it with anything but rice (white or pilaf). The extra sauce on the rice is yummy. Potatoes just don't go with fish IMHO!
This dish was very good, I think I cooked it a little too long though because the cheese was rather brown on top. I used ritz crackers under cheese which gave it a little crunch. Hubby loved it. I will be making this again!
Excellent recipe. Very easy to prepare. I, too, sauteed the onion first and used cream of chicken with herbs soup. Will definitely use the recipe again, probably with different fish.
This was ok, I added white wine to my soup before pouring it over my fish. It SMELLED WONDERFUL, but it was a little disappointing. Sorry, but I probably won't make this again. Oh yeah, I used snapper, I don't think that had anything to do with us not liking it though.
I changed a couple things: old cheddar instead of mild ( gave it a sharper taste) and put broccoli right in like someone else suggested. I added a touch of garlic and seasoning salt. It was very good! Even those who don't normally enjoy fish would probably quite like this one! My 3 year old tolerated it and my 1 year old gobbled it up!
Mmm. Comfort food. I used a garlic cream o' mush soup but I didn't think I would have enough sauce to drizzle on both the fish and the mashed potatoes I'd made (I also made sauteed apples from this site). I had about 8 oz. of light sour cream in the 'fridge, so put 1 tablespoon corn starch, 1/4 cup milk,1/2 teaspoon white pepper, and a dollop of Better than Bouillon lobster base in a jar and shook it. I mixed in the sour cream and added it to the soup on top the fish. So amazingly good, especially with the mashed potatoes and sauteed apples. Definately comfort food. :)
My fussy husband and children were disappointed there wasn't more of this meal! I added a packet of crushed plain crisps to the cheese to add a crunch. An easy and quick meal!
I added a few tablespoons of lemon juice,a splash of white wine.I also grated the onion and added some seasoned bread crumbs to the cheese.This is a great recipe for a hurry up dinner and it is also a nice company dinner.I served it with rice and asparagus.Will definately make again-will try it with halibut or cod.
It was a good easy recipe but lacked that certain "something" I look for - I agree w/ previous reviewers that it was quite bland - I think it would have benefited greatly with some additional seasoning. I would advise people to use thawed fish that has been drained as my fish didn't come out soupy or watery at all.
Great recipe as is. We served it with mashed sweet potatoes and brussel sprouts. Thanks, Susan from Barbara in Nova Scotia
Quick easy and not too fishy!
This is my husbands' favorite dish, and it is so easy and quick to make. I add some fresh mushrooms to it, too. Every time I try a new recipe, my husband will tell me, "it's good, but it's no haddock bubby bake!"
Yummy yummy yummy!!!! My husband buys haddock in 10 pound boxes, so am always looking for new ways to cook it. This recipe seemed to appeal to my effort level and the ingredients I had on hand tonight. Dinner was made easily in under an hour and complete with green beans and rice, we enjoyed it thoroughly!!! I will make Bubbly Bake again and I would not change one single thing! I highly recommend this one. Thank you Susan! :-)
This was a fast and easy recipie.I had 6 perch filets in my freezer just waiting for a recipie to try. I doubled this recipie using 1 can of cream of mushroom along with one can of cream of shrimp soup. I also cooked the onions first like others said to do and put crackers on top. It was a little salty on top, so I will use unsalted crackers next time. I have a 14 year old son who is a picky eater and he absolutely loved this!! My boyfriend loved it too! there were no leftovers tonight! thanks for a very easy and delicious way to cook my fish!!
My husband is a really picky eater & even he ate this! It was moist - not fishy tasting & even better warmed up a few nites later!