Winter Warmer Haddock Chowder

It seems to be getting colder and colder, so what better way to spend those winter nights than snuggled up by the fire with some deliciously warming haddock chowder? Made with our Frozen Smoked Haddock Fillets, this dish for two is a doddle to create and you should have everything else you need to get cracking.


300g Frozen Smoked Haddock Fillets
350g Potatoes
2 Bacon Rashers
140g Frozen Sweetcorn
1 Onion
500ml Milk
Knob of Butter


Start by finely chopping your onion and cutting your potatoes into small cubes, putting both to the side for later. Use a large saucepan to heat your butter before adding the bacon, cooking it until it begins to brown.

Next, add your chopped onion and cook until soft, and then pour in the milk and stir the cubed potato through. Bring the whole mix to the boil and simmer for approximately 5 minutes.

Now for the tasty bit. Add the frozen haddock fillets whole and after the fish begins to defrost (which should take 10 minutes or so), start to break up the fish into chunks.

Finally, stir in your frozen sweetcorn and cook for another five minutes until the fish is completely cooked through and the sweetcorn has defrosted. Serve straight from the pan with some thick-cut, buttered white bread if you wish.