Fried Mackerel Without Bones recipe (English style)
January 10, 2015
Serving Size of Fried Mackerel Without Bones recipe : 2-4
Ingredients Fried Mackerel Without Bones recipe:
- 4 mackerel fillets (leave the skin on but without the pin bone)
- some seasoned flour
- martin’s miraculous tomato sauce:
- 2 plum tomatoes (tinned and skinned are perfect)
- 1 clove of garlic
- 4 knobs of butter
Directions Fried Mackerel Without Bones recipe:
- Heat your pan for a minute then add some vegetable oil. When you begin to see blue smoke you’re ready for fish.
- Dip your mackerel in some seasoned flour. Make sure to pat off the excess flour. And place skin side down in the pan. Don’t move the fish until it’s ready to turn. If the fish starts to contract just push it back down with your spatula.
- When you see the sides beginning to brown you can turn over for another minute.
- Then it’s onto your plate. Add some of your sauce and serve with salad or crusty bread.
What is Mackerel called in diferent places
Indonesia : Kembung
Marathi : Bangda
Kerala : Aiyla
Tamil : Aiyla Meen or Kanangeluthi
Tulu : Bangude
Kannada : Bangude
Benefits of Mackrel
1 Prevents heart disease
One of the most effective ways to prevent heart disease is to consume diet containing good amounts of omega 3 fatty acids. Mackerel fish is not only rich in monounsaturated fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids but also is also low in saturated fats. Hence eating this fish lowers your risk of heart complications like stroke,atherosclerosis,heart attacks and arrhythmia. Here are 6 natural remedies for a healthy heart.
2 Lowers risk of diabetes
Mackerel contains a good amount of healthy fats namely monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) which play a key role in the prevention, as well as control of blood sugar levels in diabetics. Consuming this fish on a regular basis not only regulates blood sugar levels in the body, but it also lowers visceral fat, thereby lowering your risk of diabetes. You should also find out how you can prevent diabetes by choosing healthy fats.
3 Controls blood pressure levels
In case you are a non-vegetarian by nature and suffer from hypertension, consume mackerel fish on a daily basis to keep your blood pressure levels within control. The high levels of potassium present in this fish helps in maintaining normal blood pressure in addition to lowering the risk of health complications associated with the condition. Read about foods rich in potassium.
4 Reduces symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
Mackerel contains anti-inflammatory compounds which help in lowering the joint pain and stiffness of muscles in people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Including this fish in your diet while on medication is found to improve your condition by enhancing the efficacy of the drugs. Read about how omega 3-rich diet may keep joints healthy.
5 Improves cognitive function
Research studies have proved that people consuming high levels of omega-3 fatty acids are at a lower risk of getting affected by depression. Hence, by adding mackerel to your daily diet, this food not only aids in reducing mood swings common in individuals suffering from depression, but it also improves the activity of antidepressant medications. Mackerel is loaded with DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid)and consuming this fish lowers your chances of suffering fromAlzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
6 Increases survival chance of bowel cancer patients
Mackerel is one of the very few natural sources containing good amounts of vitamin D that is known to up the survival chances of bowel cancer patients. Research studies have proved that cancer patients with high blood levels of vitamin D are more likely to survive the disease, in addition to improving their health condition.
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