Arbroath smokie

The haddock is easily recognized by a black lateral line running along its white side and a distinctive dark blotch above the pectoral fin, often described as a thumbprint or even the Devil's thumbprint or St.

The Arbroath smokie lives in the demersal, oceanodromous, marine, depth range 10 - 450 m, usually 10 - 200 m environment.

Arbroath Smokies are a type of smoked small haddock – a speciality of the town of Arbroath in Angus, Scotland. More

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Buy traditional Arbroath Smokies, Hot Smoked Salmon and Hot Smoked Trout online. Traditional Arbroath Smokie Arbroath Smokies, traditionally smoked and prepared in Arbroath. Hot Smoked Salmon, traditionally smoked and prepared in Arbroath. More

are around 15 businesses producing Arbroath Smokies in the town, making them widely available through major supermarkets in the UK, and worldwide via the internet. More

Image: Arbroath smokies at Billingsgate fish market © Adam Whittle The Declaration of Arbroath - the founding document of the Scottish nation - is one of the most important declarations in Scottish history. More

Arbroath Smokies, for which Arbroath is well-known nationally and internationally, are made solely in Arbroath following the award of Protected Geographical Indication in 2004, which limits Arbroath Smokie production to within 4 km of Arbroath. More

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The launch of the Arbroath Smokie Tartan took place on Saturday 6th of April 2005, as part of the Tartan Week celebrations held in Arbroath. More

The Arbroath Smokie is a form of smoked haddock from the town of Arbroath in Scotland. More

Add the Arbroath smokie flesh and milk and season well. 4. Garnish with shredded sorrel lightly sautéed in butter. More

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In March 2004 the Arbroath Smokie was granted Protected Geographical Indication by the European Commission. This award will protect the international reputation of the Smokie and provide protection against imitations. More

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To produce Arbroath smokies, haddock fish are cured in salt overnight on the bone, then after a period of drying are tied in pairs before being placed in a barrel containing a hardwood fire. More

Arbroath Smokie, a delicacy of now legendary proportions the world over. The "Smokie" is as synonymous with Arbroath as The Declaration of Independence which was signed here in 1320. More

Arbroath Smokie is a unique Scottish fish recipe. In essence, the Arbroath Smokie is a salted and smoked haddock. More

The Arbroath Smokie is a Haddock caught in the north sea. It is gutted and the head is removed. The Haddock is then salted for 1/2 an hour before being tied in pairs and hung on rods to dry (right). More

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The Arbroath Smokie originally came from the small fishing village of Auchmithie, 3 miles North-East of Arbroath. Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. More

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golden-copper tones of a true Arbroath Smokie is achieved. History Just how and when precisely the Arbroath Smokie was born is fraught with speculation and myth. More

Common names

†sa in Icelandic (Íslenska)
Adag in Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig)
aiglefin in French (français)
An chadóg in Gaelic, Irish
An chadóg in Irish (Gaeilge)
Âne in French (français)
Anon in Breton (brezhoneg)
Anon in French (français)
Arbroath smokie in English
Arinca in Portuguese (Português)
Arinca fumada in Portuguese (Português)
Asinello in Italian (Italiano)
Asinello affumicato in Italian (Italiano)
Auchmithie cure in English
Bacalhau in Portuguese (Português)
Bakaliaros in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Bakaliaros in Greek, Modern (1453)
Balik keki in Turkish (Türkçe)
Bolo de peixe in Portuguese (Português)
Bourricot in French (français)
cadóg in ir
Calever in French (français)
Close fish in English
codog in Breton (brezhoneg)
corbenfras in we
Églefin in French (français)
Eglefin in Rumanian
Eglefino in Spanish (español)
Eglefino ahumado in Spanish (español)
Eglepino in Tagalog
Eyemouth cure in English
Finnan haddock in English
Fiocchi di pesce in Italian (Italiano)
Fischflocken in German (Deutsch)
Fischkuchen in German (Deutsch)
Fish cake in English
Fish flakes in English
Fiskekage in Danish (dansk)
Fiskekaka in Swedish (Svenska)
Fiskekake in Norwegian (Norsk)
Fiskflingor in Swedish (Svenska)
Flocons de poisson in French (français)
Flocos de peixe in Portuguese (Português)
Fureku in Japanese (日本語)
Glasgow pale in English
Habillot in French (français)
Haddock in English
Haddock in Ukrainian (українська мова)
Haddock chowder in English
Hýsa in Faroese (Føroyskt)
Hyse in Norwegian (Norsk)
Kalahiutale in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Kalapihvri in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Kallrökt kolja in Swedish (Svenska)
Kaltgeräucherter Schellfisch in German (Deutsch)
Koldrøget kullerfilet in Danish (dansk)
Kolja in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Kolja in Swedish (Svenska)
Koljamuhennos in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Kolje in Norwegian (Norsk)
Koljestuvning in Swedish (Svenska)
Koudgerookte schelvis in Dutch (Nederlands)
Kuller in Danish (dansk)
Kylmäsavustettu koljafilee in Finnish (suomen kieli)
London cut cure in English
Lupacz in Polish (polski)
Melanogrammus aeglefinus in Dutch (Nederlands)
Melanogrammus aeglefinus in Spanish (español)
Neriseihin in Japanese (日本語)
Pastel de pescado in Spanish (español)
Pâté de poisson in French (français)
Pikşa in Azerbaijani (azərbaycan dili)
Piksha in Russian (русский язык)
Pinwiddie in English
Plamcak in Polish (polski)
Plamiak in Polish (polski)
Plamiak a. lupacz in Polish (polski)
Polpettone di fesce in Italian (Italiano)
Polpettone di pesce in Italian (Italiano)
Produit sans doute in French (français)
Røkt hyse in Norwegian (Norsk)
Saint-Pierre in French (français)
Schellfisch in German (Deutsch)
Schellfisch Suppe in German (Deutsch)
Schelvis in Dutch (Nederlands)
Schelvis hutspot in blik in Dutch (Nederlands)
Schelvishutspot in blik in Dutch (Nederlands)
Schelviskkuller in Dutch (Nederlands)
Seed haddock in English
Shellfisch in German (Deutsch)
Smokie in English
Sopa de arinca in Portuguese (Português)
Sopa de eglefino in Spanish (español)
Soupe d'églefin in French (français)
Torrahýsa in Faroese (Føroyskt)
Ugotica in Serbian (српски језик)
Üsa in Icelandic (Íslenska)
Viscake in Dutch (Nederlands)
Visvlokken in Dutch (Nederlands)
ýsa in Icelandic (Íslenska)
Zuppa di asinello in Italian (Italiano)
пикша in Russian (русский язык)
პიქშა in Georgian (ქართული)
روغن‌ماهی کوچک in Persian (‫فارسی)
黑線鱈 in Mandarin Chinese
黑线鳕 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Gadiformes
Family : Gadidae
Genus : Melanogrammus
Species : Melanogrammus aeglefinus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758