1 large natural smoked haddock 2 large rooster potatoes, peeled 1 shallot 1 small leek 1 clove of garlic 500ml milk Sprig thyme 50g butter 25g créme fraîche Chervil, to garnish Finely chop the parsley leaves and keep to one side. Cook gently for 5 mins, or until just tender. (Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate. Flake the smoked haddock into meaty chunks, removing any bones you may find. Be careful not to burn them. Warm up on the stove, but do not store again if you have any additional leftovers; those portions need to go. By using The Spruce Eats, you accept our, Smoked Haddock Chowder with Sweetcorn Recipe, Creamed Leeks and Smoked Haddock Two Ways, 19 Things to Do With Leftover Mashed Potatoes, Make Tom Khaa, Easy Tom Yum Soup with Coconut Milk. Add the crushed garlic and thyme to the onion mix. Small handful flat-leaf parsley (leaves and stalks separated), plus more for garnish. Thaw overnight in the fridge before heating up on the stove. Garnish the soup with more chopped parsley or a little extra pepper. Get a BergHOFF cookware set for £183 + P&P, Choose the type of message you'd like to post, Magazine subscription – save 44% and get a cookbook of your choice. Remove the haddock from the milk with a slotted spoon (reserving the milk), transfer to a plate and leave to cool slightly. Sometimes Cullen skink is served with other ingredients to make a more filling dish: As with all fish and dairy-based dishes, proper storage is key to maintaining food safety: Elaine Lemm is a renowned British food writer, classically trained chef, teacher, and author with over 25 years of experience writing about British food and cooking. Put the reserved milk and flaked haddock in the pan with the potato mixture and cook for another 5 mins. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper. It’s a local speciality from the Moray town of Cullen, just along the coast from where I live in Inverness, and after enjoying it on a cold winter’s day in nearby Banff I had … Place them into a pan and gently sweat in the butter without colouring.