Recipes & Cooking
These boneless fillets are quick and easy to cook, and best enjoyed very simply. Pan-fried or baked, with a squeeze of lemon juice and black pepper takes minutes, and works really well with a little horseraddish. You can also make delicious kebabs for the BBQ!
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Health & Nutrition
Mackerel is a 'superfood' and an amazing source of Omega 3 containing a whopping 2,804 mg per 100 g of fillet! It is low in Sodium, a great source of protein, high in vitamins such as Vitamin D and B12, and high in important minerals in particular Phosphorous, and Selenium.
Sustainability & Provenance
From a sustainability perspective, Cornwall's handline mackerel fishery is hard to beat. Stocks are healthy and, unlike many other areas, within Cornish waters industrial fishing is banned. Read more