Once again, mackerel is back in season and at its best. Tinned, smoked, pickled, frozen…there’s no bad way to have mackerel. But whole fresh mackerel is a real treat and the season typically runs from May to September. A relatively small window.
Mackerel is a winner on the barbecue. The skin tastes amazing when it’s a little charred. And the flesh is packed full of Omega 3 to take on the smoky flavours from hot coals.
A whole mackerel will only take about five minutes on the grill. It’s ready when the flesh flakes from the bone easily with a fork. Continue reading