Packaging: BOX OF 3 KG

Mackerel is a flavorful, oily fish with a distinctive taste that is popular in many cuisines around the world. Its appearance varies depending on the species, but it typically has a silver-grey color with a streamlined, torpedo-shaped body and greenish-blue hues on the back. The flesh is rich and oily, with a strong, distinct flavor that is often described as fishy" or "meaty." Mackerel is a versatile fish that can be grilled, smoked, baked, fried, or cured, and is often served with flavorful accompaniments like herbs, spices, and sauces. 


Mackerel is a saltwater fish that is known for its distinctive appearance and rich flavor. It has an elongated, cylindrical body with shimmering silver skin and blue-green backs with wavy black lines. The flesh of the fish is firm and oily, with a deep pink color and a rich, strong flavor. It has a distinctive taste that is often described as meaty, rich, and slightly sweet, with a hint of saltiness. Mackerel is often grilled or smoked to bring out its unique flavor, but it can also be baked, fried, or poached. Its strong flavor makes it a popular ingredient in many cuisines around the world, particularly in dishes that call for bold, assertive flavors. 


Grilled: Mackerel is a popular fish to grill, either whole or in fillets. The rich, oily flesh of the fish is perfect for grilling, as it helps keep the fish moist and flavorful.

Smoked: Mackerel is also commonly smoked, which intensifies its rich flavor and gives it a distinctive smoky taste. Smoked mackerel is often used in salads, pâtés, and other dishes.

Baked: Mackerel can be baked whole or in fillets, either on its own or with other ingredients. It pairs well with herbs and spices like rosemary, thyme, and garlic.

Fried: Mackerel can be fried in a variety of ways, either whole or in fillets. It can be coated in breadcrumbs or batter for extra crunch, and is often served with a side of tartar sauce or aioli.

Cured: Mackerel can be cured in a variety of ways, such as pickling or marinating. Pickled mackerel is often used in Scandinavian cuisine, while marinated mackerel is popular in Japanese cuisine as a topping for sushi and sashimi.


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Latin Name
Scomber scombrus