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Is smoked haddock pink when cooked?

Asked: Denis Rossignol, Last Updated:

What Colour is smoked haddock when cooked? Although yellowing is not harmful, affected fillets take on a distinctive yellow colour, which when cooked turn pink. A tough texture is often associated with yellowing, which makes the fish objectionable to the consumer.

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