Airfryer Baked Haddock

Kate says it’s the best she’s ever had. She just asked if I could remember when the last time we turned the oven on. I don’t remember…

I wasn’t planning on baked haddock but they had some really nice small fillets at Stop and Shop East Gloucester.

I started out mixing about a cup and a half of panko and a half cup of cracker meal.

Added two cloves of garlic minced fine, half teaspoon onion powder, teaspoon black pepper, a couple of shakes of basil leaves and salt to taste.

Next created a jalapeno tartar sauce.  A couple of dollops of mayo, a good squeeze of lime, and about 8 slices of jalapeno chopped up and about a tablespoon of the juice from the jalapeno slice jar whisked up.

Then three tablespoons of salted butter and a couple of turns of EVOO over medium heat to melt.  As soon as the butter is melted turn off the heat and add the Panko mixture to the pan to have those crumbs sop up all that buttery goodness.

I don’t show this in the video but I cup up about a quarter of a vidalia onion into strips and placed them sideways on the bottom of the disposable aluminum tray You could double up some foil if you don’t have the tray.  Also drizzled some EVOO, with a pinch of salt and pepper to the onions.

On top of the onions layer the haddock and top with the jalapeno tartar sauce and finally the crumb mixture.

Put the tray in the Airfryer for 13 minutes at 400 degrees.  If the fillets were thicker you should add a couple minutes to that.  these small fillets were perfect at that time and temp.

Enjoy!

 

 

 

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