This is my preferred way of preparing it, and it so easy as to be laughable. So it's an excellent option if you are a little less-than-confident with fish.
1 smoked haddock fillet per person (they're available in dyed and undyed these days, but they taste the same)
- Place the fillets skin side down in a large frying pan.
- Cover with milk or a half-and-half mixture of milk and water.
- Bring the milk to boil over a medium heat and then simmer until you can easily flake the fish with a fork.
- Meanwhile, use the conflour, butter and additional milk to make a white sauce. This is a must - this fish cries out for white sauce.
That's it. Honest. Couldn't be easier.