Smoked Haddock & Mash (Bubble&Smoke)

Smoked Haddock & Mash (Bubble&Smoke)

Bubble & Smoke (Smoked Haddock and Mash)

Smoked Haddock & Mash you can’t beat it! Really you can’t

I thought it about time that we had a smoked haddock recipe!

And here it is: 

Smoked Haddock Recipes 

This is a delicious easy dish with the smokiness of the Haddock and the bubble of the mash potatoes and spring onions, topped with a lovely runny poached egg! 

The name Smoked Haddock & Mash, simply doesn’t sound good enough!!

And just look at that egg!!!

I have another smoked haddock recipe on my blog

(and in my my granddaughters words it’s ‘delicious & nutritious’ she’s 3 🙂 ) …… My Slimming Kedgeree


Smoked Haddock & Poached Egg on mash 

Just look at it!! 

Smoked Haddock and Mash also called Bubble & Smoke


Fish Comfort Food 

It’s simply delicious, lovely comfort food.

It really is just Smoked Haddock and Mash with a twist and I love the name Bubble & Smoke!

It took me ages to think of it 🙂

What’s not to like? I love a fish dish, do you?

I know I don’t eat enough fish. Somehow I always feel good after fish, not bloated etc – they say fish is easy to digest, maybe it is.

This is a very easy and quick recipe and I reckon the whole family would go for this one.

Let me know how you get on? 

This lovely fish dish is a firm favourite in my house. I think this is perfect for Christmas Eve, or Good Friday?

Such a nice change for the festivities!

Oh you might also love my Fish Pie too?

Maybe have a look….


The Mash in this smoked haddock recipe – not like any ordinary mash 🙂

I add lots of lovely leeks and spring onions and sometimes a handful of spinach 

Try it, it’s – so good! Creamy tasty and with lovely veggies / greens included 

Smoked Haddock and Mash lovely mash with garlic and spring onions



And a little bit more about Smoked Haddock….

The haddock is a saltwater fish from the family Gadidae, the true cods, it is the only species in the monotypic genus Melanogrammus, oh yes it is!

It is found in the North Atlantic Ocean and associated seas where it is an important species for fisheries, especially in northern Europe.

Source Wikipedia 

Smoked Haddock and Mash lovely fish so smoky


Is Smoked Haddock healthy? 

It’s a brilliant source of protein, with every 100g serving up 19g of the stuff—almost 40% of your daily recommended intake!

Protein is good if you’re trying to gain some muscle, but it’s also useful for the prevention of diseases such as cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, so they say.

My advice for what it’s worth is to up the fish in you diet.

I’m really trying to.

Another Smoked Haddock recipe? 

If you love smoked haddock as much as I do in think you’ll love my kedgeree recipe – filling and tasty and perfect for brunch, lunch or dinner 

Kedgeree Slimming Style


Another Fish Recipe 

And here’s another fave recipe of mine for fish! 

It’s Baked Cod with courgettes – it’s spicy and so good. 

Also quite low carb! 

Spicy Fish with Courgettes



Big Love Clare x

Smoked Haddock and Mash also called Bubble & Smoke

Smoked Haddock & Mash (Bubble&Smoke)

5 from 5 votes
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Servings: 2
Calories: 636kcal
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Delicious Smoked Haddock served with creamy mash and topped with a poached egg!


  • 2 pieces Smoked Haddock Fillet I don't usually by the dyed stuff but the queue was too long at the fish counter
  • Drizzle of olive oil
  • Knob of butter
  • Salt & Black Pepper
  • Few sprigs of Dill
  • 500 g - 750g Potatoes peeled and chopped into pieces
  • 3 leeks trimmed, chopped in 1cm slices
  • Drop of milk
  • Handful of Spinach
  • 2 Eggs ready for poaching


  • Preheat oven to 200C/400F/Gas6
  • Pop you potatoes onto boil, once boiling reduce and simmer for 15-20 minutes until soft
  • In a frying pan add a little oil and add your leeks - pan fry on low for 10 minutes until soft
  • Put your fish in the oven for 15 minutes, with a dash of olive oil and a knob of buyer with a few dill sprigs and season
  • Mash your potatoes and add butter (if you like) and milk and, beat until nice and smooth, add your leeks and stir well, season
  • Put a small pan of water on to boil, When you are almost ready break your eggs into the boiling water and simmer for 2-3 minutes depending on how you like your egg
  • When your fish is almost ready reheat quickly your mash and leeks by string over the heat, finally stir in the spinach at last minute
  • On a warmed plate pile up the mash mix
  • Then add your fish on top and pour over a little of the cooking juice, then top with your poached egg, garnish with a little dill and get stuck in!
  • Serve with peas or any veg


***All nutritional information is approximate and intended as a guide 


Nutrition Facts
Smoked Haddock & Mash (Bubble&Smoke)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


  1. Those photos are completely mouthwatering. The poached egg looks just perfect. Yum!

    1. Cheers – it was SOOOOO good and easy Cx

  2. Kirsty Hijacked By Twins

    This looks super tasty! My lot would love this for tea! x #TastyTuesdays

  3. I just bought leeks yesterday and wanted to make something other than my usual leek pie or leek and potato soup. This sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing it.
    Fionnuala from

    1. you’re welcome – i love leeks too! Thanks #TastyTuesdays

  4. Angela / Only Crumbs Remain

    This looks so delicious, and wonderfully full of goodness. The egg looks sooo good – poached to perfection.
    Angela x
    PS, I just love your ‘tick buttons’ alongside the recipe steps – brilliant 🙂

    1. Thanks Angela – I love those buttons too 🙂

  5. Wow that looks utterly delicious. Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

    1. Your welcome and yes it was so good xx

  6. This is so delicious!

  7. Hayley @ Snap Happy Bakes

    Ooo this sounds glorious & healthy 🙂 Thanks for linking to #CookBlogShare

    1. you’re welcome and it is good x

  8. Looks delicious

  9. Hi absolutely love this, eating it tonight. What is the calorie count please?

  10. Where does the spinach come in

  11. I’m definitely making this tonight.. what a great simple recipe that sounds and looks amazing

    1. Oh perfect – let me know how you get on x

  12. 5 stars
    Just made this dish, wow oh wow soooo yummy. We wanted more

    1. Oh that’s so great to hear – thank you x

  13. 5 stars
    This is definitely the one for dinner this evening.
    Have some amazing undyed smoked haddock in the freezer that I couldn’t resist when out last week and just Googled ‘Smoked Haddock’ for some suggestions? Well I’m looking no further, I want the fish to be the star and this ticks all my boxes.
    Thanks for this one.

    1. Lovely to hear – thank you x

  14. 5 stars
    Amazing meal. My family of 4 wanted to try a different fish dish and this was so yummy. I only had chive and onion to go in the mash but it worked. Everyone emptied their plate. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Oh so great to hear – thank you x

  15. 5 stars
    Delicious, thank you x

    1. Great to hear – thanks Cx

  16. 5 stars
    Had this tonight and beautiful!My partner had bought the Smoked Haddock which im not a lover of but followed your receipe and have changed my mind!I softened spring onions with a bit of garlic for the mash!Need to practice on my poached eggs though!He cleared the plate!Will look at more of your receipes!Thank you!

    1. Oh thanks Karen – what a lovely message and I’m so glad you enjoyed it!! Thanks xx

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