Mackerel have a distinctively rich flavour due to their high oil content with soft and flaky fillets that are salty and sweet to taste. Whole mackerel can be baked or barbequed, grilled or fried. Their rich flavour complements strong and spicy flavours and pairs perfectly with acidic foods.
Check out our delicious mackerel recipes. Why not try our mackerel salad recipe, bake the fish and create a mackerel pate as the perfect entree for your guests or sandwich filler? Mackerel are oily fish and count as one of your NHS-recommended portions of oily for a week, containing Omega-3 long-chain fatty acids. Whole mackerel are a protein and Vitamin B12 source, reducing tiredness and fatigue. They also have Vitamin D, which helps contribute to the normal function of the immune system. Nutritious and delicious, this is a must-add to your weekly meals.
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SourcingWe source our mackerel in the UK, mainly Scotland. Fishing mackerel is a Scottish tradition, and sourcing from there helps us support the Scottish fishing communities and keep our sourcing local. They have fished for mackerel for years and have a wealth of knowledge controlling the stock levels ensuring the practice is sustainable.