For immediate consumption please store in the fridge until completely defrosted, then cook it the preferred way. For future consumption please keep in the freezer.
- Keep frozen at -18°C
- Defrost completely before cooking
- Cook thoroughly before consumption
- Never refreeze a thawed product
Mackerel can be cooked in several different ways, however, mackerel is most often grilled (particularly because it is an oily fish) or broiled as a whole fish. Mackerel can also be pan-fried or sautéed in fillets.
Mackerel is an oily fish and contains large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids.
These good fats are known to lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol levels in the body.
Studies show that people who eat mackerel regularly have lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol levels in their blood. It has been.