From easy kedgeree recipes to smoked mackerel pâté - find loads of delicious recipe ideas for mackerel here.
Simple version of the Scottish/raj dish kedgeree using tinned fish for convenience. Ideal for brunch.
A warming, tasty dish which will make you want second helpings.
Smoked mackerel fillets are good value and require little preparation, making this a great no-fuss meal.
Japanese marinade gives a lovely taste and texture to grilled mackerel. Yellow tail, tuna or salmon are also good for this recipe. Easy, exotic!
This is a very clean, simple and tasty way to cook mackerel. Instead of tomato and lemon, try stewing a few gooseberries with out any sugar and place them in the cavity of the fish before cooking.
A savoury, spicy mayonnaise-based dip made with tinned mackerel and kicked up with onion and hot pepper sauce.
Mackerel, being an oily fish, are a healthy option. Try this recipe for whole mackerel with a sticky sauce for a burst of flavour.
Whole mackerel are filled with a red pepper and onion breadcrumb stuffing and baked in a rich tomato and cider sauce.
I make this mackerel pate as a dip with crackers, when I have guests. It keeps them satisfied and gives me time to finish the main dish.
This is a very easy and fast recipe for a delicious dinner, healthy too. Fish is one of the best protein sources. It's on the budget too.
Easy, tasty pasta dish. Is just as nice with bacon or Mediterranean veg. And it's cheap to make, too!
This is a recipe for a light dinner in the summer evenings. It is quite easy to prepare and very nutritious. Whenever you are not fond of fish, you could use boiled ham instead.
Smoked mackerel adds loads of flavour to a mushroom risotto. Vary the type of mushrooms to add even more flavour. This is a perfect starter for 4 or main meal for two.
The dish is made using a fusion of beautiful Asian flavourings and an abundance of healthy ingredients to kick start the New Year diet including the G’NOSH Sweet Black Bean Dip, which is not only protein rich and full of fibre but also provides a delicious smoky touch to the risotto. The dish also uses the oily fish mackerel, which is rich in omega-3 and is an excellent source of Vitamin D, and chilli to optimise your heart health and improve cholesterol levels.
This is a quick noodle stir fry that you can make on a budget with smoked mackerel, spring onions and cucumber.
Oily fish means this dish provides healthy omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids. Oats make a delicious and healthy topping for fish.
Use a prepared bag of salad mix for this quick delicious salad at any time of the year. Serve with triangles of wholemeal bread and butter.
One of the most sustainable fish in our waters is mackerel. It's also got a great deal going for it. It's cheap, nutritious, has bags of flavour and easy to cook. It can be a little oily for some so this salad adds a nice acidity that really balances the dish.
A nice lunch or light supper for two. Fresh sardines or mackerel are pan fried and served in a Japanese-style ginger sake sauce.
Smoked mackerel gives wonderful flavour to this recipe. Serve with crackers, toast or fresh crusty bread. The pâté can be made milder by the addition of more mascarpone or cream cheese.