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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!
How to Barbecue Mackerel on Bay Leaves | Kohlrabi Salad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fcbv_vEYk8&t=1s
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
Smoked Mackerel Delight
Big problem with smoked mackerel.....did not buy enough!!! The other greedy monsters ate most of it ...delicious, nicest smoked mackerel I have ever tasted
Michael Weeden, Northumberland