Definition of Finnan haddie
1. Noun. Haddock usually baked but sometimes broiled with lots of butter.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Finnan Haddie
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Literary usage of Finnan haddie
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1. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"Broiled finnan haddie. Broil in a greased broiler until brown on both sides. Remove to a pan, and cover with hot water; let stand ten minutes, drain, ..."
2. Good Things to Eat, as Suggested by Rufus: A Collection of Practical Recipes by Rufus Estes (1911)
"finnan haddie FISH CAKES—The finnan haddie parboiled with an equal quantity of mashed potatoes, season with melted butter, salt and pepper, add a beaten egg ..."
3. Pan-Pacific Cook Book: Savory Bits from the World's Fare by Linie Loyall McLaren (1915)
"finnan haddie—ISLE DE MIQUELON Place a fine finnan haddie in a baking dish; sprinkle it with an onion, a green pepper and a branch of parsley, ..."
4. How to Cook Fish by Olive Green (1908)
"BOILED FINNAN-HADDIE—II Cover the fish with boiling water, boil for five minutes, drain, ... BROILED FINNAN-HADDIE—I Brown a haddie on a greased broiler. ..."
5. Chafing-dish Recipes by Mrs Gesine Knubel Lemcke, Gesine Lemcke (1896)
"Procure a can of finnan haddie; melt 1 tablespoonful of butter in the blazer, ... add the finnan haddie, season with salt and a little white pepper, ..."
6. Balanced Daily Diet by Janet McKenzie Hill (1920)
"finnan haddie BALLS 2 cupfuls raw potatoes (pared and cut in quarters) 1 cupful finnan haddie (in bits) Y teaspoonful pepper l/2 teaspoonful salt 1 egg, ..."