I was first introduced to Sahale Snacks on my frequent travels with Delta Airlines. Instead of peanuts or pretzels, we were offered this amazing little pack of Honey Almond goodness.
Whistler became the first to fall victim to the addiction of the Honey Almonds Glazed Mixed snack packs and soon became wise to requesting extras from the flight attendant so that he could have them the following day in his lunch box. He even started requesting that I bring some home whenever I traveled without him. Smart kid.
When you become addicted to flavorful snacking, you start thinking of creative ways you can sneak your favorite treats into the rest of your day (aside from just pouring it down your gullet).
What I love about Sahale Snacks is that since they incorporate so many exotic and flavorful combinations, they act as sort of a secret weapon for adding layers of flavor without having to have a lot of ingredients. You’ll see what I mean below with just 4 ingredients + salt & pepper!
My first glance at the Sahale Snacks Pomegranate Flavored Pistachios Glazed Mix had my mind whirling with crusted shrimp or fish recipe possibilities. Ultimately, the recipe below was the one that won with the family and I hope you’ll enjoy it too!
Pomegranate Pistachio Crusted Baked Haddock
1 pound fresh haddock
¼ to ½ cup multigrain breadcrumbs
1 tablespoon avocado or olive oil
sea salt and pepper to taste
¼ cup Sahale Snacks Pomegranate Flavored Pistachios Glazed Mix
Pre heat your oven to 400 degrees.
Using a small oven safe dish or skillet, add the oil, sea salt and pepper to the bottom. Dredge the fish through the oil and seasonings on both sides.
Sprinkle the tops with a little bit of bread crumbs.
Chop the ¼ cup of the Sahale nut mix into smaller pieces and sprinkle on top of the fish.
Bake for about 10 to 12 minutes or until solid white and flaky inside and golden crusted on top. (The exact cook time will depend on how thick the fish is so keep a close eye if yours is on the thinner side).
We enjoyed this with a mix of roasted carrots, garlic, and a rainbow of potatoes.
I really am truly honored to be partnering with such a great company. I have one more sweet Sahale inspired recipe to share with you, so stay tuned!
34 thoughts on “Pomegranate Pistachio Crusted Baked Haddock Recipe”
Wow, Your recipe sounds yummy. I have never tried a recipe with haddock before, but it sounds like a healthy food to try!!
This a new one for me but it looks and sounds good. I love colorful food.
Of all the types of fish I’ve cooked and eaten, I’ve never experienced haddock. What does it compare to in texture and flavor?
This just sounds super yummy! My husband would love this. I wonder however how it will taste with Salmon.