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      RECIPE TITLE "TWENTY-TWO WAYS TO COOK HADDOCK" from: "How to Cook Fish", by Olive Green

    Clean and dry a fresh haddock, rub with vinegar, sprinkle with flour, and broil on a well greased gridiron. Serve with Shrimp or Anchovy Sauce.

    Soak the fish for an hour in a marinade of oil and vinegar. Drain, wipe dry, broil, and serve with melted butter.

    Clean and split a haddock, season with salt and pepper, dredge with flour, and broil. Serve with Maître d'Hôtel Sauce.

    Rub the fish with melted butter, season with pepper, and broil. Serve very hot.

    Skin, clean and fillet a haddock. Season with pepper and salt, dip into egg and crumbs and fry brown in deep fat.

    Cut the fish into fillets and marinate in oil and vinegar with a little onion. Drain, dip in batter, then in crumbs, and fry in deep fat. Serve with Tomato Sauce.

    Soak a haddock for four hours in olive-oil to cover. Drain and fry in a frying-pan with a little of the oil. Season with pepper and serve very hot.

    Make a stuffing of equal parts of chopped bacon and bread-crumbs, season with salt and pepper, anchovy essence, and add a raw egg to bind. Stuff a cleaned haddock and sew up. Mix one tablespoonful of flour with one of cold water, add one cupful of boiling water, and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Add one tablespoonful of butter and two tablespoonfuls of essence of anchovy. Pour the sauce into a baking-pan, put the fish on it, and bake for an hour, basting as required.

    Make a stuffing of one cupful of cracker crumbs, one fourth of a cupful of butter, and salt, minced onion, pickles, pepper, and parsley to season. Stuff the fish, sew up, cover with strips of salt pork, dredge with flour, and bake until brown, basting as required. Serve with any preferred sauce.

    Stuff the fish with crumbs and chopped veal, seasoning to taste and using a raw egg to bind. Rub with beaten egg, sprinkle with crumbs, and bake in a moderate oven, basting with melted butter as required. Serve with Anchovy Sauce.

    Clean and fillet a fish, put into a pan with melted butter, and season with pepper, salt, and lemon-juice. Sprinkle with minced parsley, cover with buttered paper, and bake in the oven. Serve with Italian Sauce.

    Clean and cut up the fish, and remove the bones. Cut into small pieces. Butter a baking-dish, sprinkle with crumbs, put in a layer of the fish, and spread with crumbs seasoned with salt, pepper, thyme and grated onion, and mixed to a paste with raw egg. Repeat until the dish is full, having crumbs and butter on top. Add enough milk to moisten, and bake. For the sauce, simmer the bones and trimmings of the fish, strain, season, and thicken with a tablespoonful each of butter and flour cooked together and blended with a little cold water.

    Remove the skin, head, and tail, and take out as many bones as possible. Divide into two fillets. Sprinkle with salt and brush with lemon-juice. Lay one fillet on a greased fish sheet in a dripping-pan, and cover thickly with seasoned oysters dipped in buttered cracker crumbs. Cover with the other fillet, brush with egg slightly beaten, cover with buttered crumbs, and bake for fifty minutes in a moderate oven. Serve with Hollandaise Sauce.

    Cut the haddock into slices an inch thick. Free from bone and skin. Lay in a greased baking-dish, and season with salt and pepper. Grate sufficient cheese to cover, and season with salt, red pepper, and mustard. Make to a smooth paste with cream or beaten egg. Put into a hot oven and cook until the cheese melts and browns, and the fish is firm. Take up carefully on a platter, and pour one tablespoonful of Sherry over each slice.

    Boil the fish in salted and acidulated water, with a bunch of parsley to season. Cook together two tablespoonfuls of butter and one of flour, and add salt, pepper, and grated nutmeg to season. Add two cupfuls of boiling water, bring to the boil, strain, add two tablespoonfuls of butter and the juice of a lemon, pour over the fish and serve.

    Mix finely grated bread-crumbs with half the quantity of chopped beef suet. Season with minced parsley, shallot, thyme, pepper, salt, and grated nutmeg. Bind with a raw egg. Stuff and sew up the fish and boil in salted water. For the sauce, melt one tablespoonful of butter, add two of flour, and cook thoroughly. Add two cupfuls of boiling water, and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Add two chopped hard-boiled eggs, season to taste, pour over the fish, and serve.

    Boil the fish gently in salted boiling water to cover. Melt three tablespoonfuls of butter, add two tablespoonfuls of flour, and cook thoroughly. Add gradually two cupfuls of boiling water and cook until thick. Season with lemon-juice and cayenne. Strain the sauce and reheat. Add the finely-cut meat of a small boiled lobster and the pounded coral. Pour over the fish and serve.

    Split the fish lengthwise and cut into pieces. Boil the bones and trimmings in water to cover, and strain. Butter a baking-dish, put the fish into it with the flesh downward, and sprinkle each piece with salt, cayenne, mace, and flour. Pour over it two cupfuls of the fish liquor, cover, and simmer for twenty minutes. Add two teaspoonfuls of anchovy essence and one cupful of Sherry. Blend together two tablespoonfuls each of flour and butter, make smooth with a little of the gravy, and thicken all of it. Simmer for ten minutes and serve with the gravy poured over the fish. Garnish with lemon and parsley.

    Clean and fillet a haddock. Cover the trimmings with water and add the liquor drained from a pint of oysters. Add a slice of onion, a pinch of powdered sweet herbs, and a slice of carrot. Simmer to form a stock. Put a layer of sliced onion into a saucepan, and arrange upon it the fillets of fish, and a pint of oysters; sprinkle with salt and pepper, add the juice of a lemon, cover with sliced onion, strain the stock over, cover and simmer until the fillets are tender. Arrange the fillets on a hot dish with the oysters, strain the liquid, thicken it with the yolks of four eggs, pour over, and serve.

    Prepare the fillets and put into a basin with a marinade of oil and lemon-juice, seasoned with pepper, salt, minced parsley and chopped shallots. Drain, dip into batter and fry in deep fat. Serve with any preferred sauce.

    Boil the fish in salted and acidulated water. Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter and cook in it two heaping tablespoonfuls of flour. Add four cupfuls of milk and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Season with pepper, salt, grated onion, and minced parsley. Put the fish upon a serving-dish, skin it carefully, and pour the sauce over it. Put a border of mashed potatoes around the fish, rub with melted butter and put into the oven until the potato is brown.

    Prepare a sauce according to directions given in the preceding recipe, using one fourth the quantity of milk. Mix the sauce with cold cooked haddock, minced very fine, and cool. Shape into cutlets, dip into egg and crumbs, and fry in deep fat.

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