Traditional Dishes | Finnan Haddie
Finnan Haddie is smoked haddock. It's used in the preparation of dishes. Its origin is Findon near Aberdeen, known locally as Finnan, and it was here in the late 19th century that the village began producing lightly smoked and delicated flavoured haddock (haddies). This dish also found a new home on the American shores in the colonies of New England. The haddies can be simply grilled with butter, or even served as a fish stew with milk and onions.