If you’re looking for an easy, yet luxurious meal, we’ve got you covered. This recipe for Haddock with Browned Butter is sure to be a show stopper at your next gathering.
Want to know a secret? Everything is fancier with a little browned butter on top. We know, you agree, right? We always reserve dishes like this for fancy restaurants, but we are here to tell you that you don’t have to do that anymore. We are going to walk you through the process of browning butter so you can do this yourself. We won’t tell anyone else you know how easy it is so you can now make this for your guests next time and wow them with this incredibly delicious recipe of Haddock with Browned Butter.
How to Make Browned Butter: Browning butter is an incredibly simple process, you just have to keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t go beyond the liquid gold stage. Ok, grab your unsalted butter and place it in a saucepan. We suggest a good stainless steel pan for this so you can easily see the process as the butter browns. Melt your butter over medium-low heat. You will see the solids start to separate from the liquids. This is also where you can start to make clarified butter – by removing those solids- however, we want them to stay in there to make browned butter. Your milk solids will start to turn brown as you continue to heat the butter. Make sure you keep stirring during this process so you get an even brown color, you don’t want the solids to go to the bottom and get too brown. This will take around 5 to 10 minutes for the amount we used in this recipe. Once you have reached a golden brown color, remove the butter from the heat and immediately pour the browned butter into a heat-safe bowl to stop the cooking process. Now you are left with a deliciously nutty golden-brown butter to drizzle over your haddock.
Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 15 Minutes
Yield: 2 Servings
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