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Ortiz Mackerel Fillets

Holy Mackerel, what a fantastic fish! Order by the case (12 units) and receive a 10% discount!

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If you’re already stocked with tuna and sardines it’s time to give the mighty mackerel a try.

Quick Facts

Origin: Spain
Unit Size: 8.8oz jar

The Flavor Experience

Packed with heart healthy Omega-3’s, these mackerel possess a rich pronounced flavor and aroma. The fish are sustainably caught and are carefully cleaned and prepared by hand. Only the delicate meat is preserved, allowing the fillets to break apart into tender flakes.

The Story

Joseph Collins first canned sardines in 1822 on France’s Atlantic Coast. Collins was playing off the recent and absolutely revolutionary bottling techniques of his colleague Nicholas Appert, and it didn't take long for canning to become standard for sardine fisheries. The nutritional benefits of canned sardines cannot be understated. The calcium-rich bones of the fish dissolve during the canning process, leaving all that calcium available to your own body. Like many of our favorite preserved foods, canned sardines can improve over time, so stash a few cans away and save them for a special occasion.

Usage Tips

When you use the finest quality ingredients they don’t require much fuss. Enjoy a single fillet smashed on top of a cracker and drizzle the luxurious oil on top. Alternatively dress up a pasta dish with roasted red peppers, chopped olives, capers and shredded mackerel. Toss everything together with the flavorful oil and a handful of parsley.

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Product Description

If you’re already stocked with tuna and sardines it’s time to give the mighty mackerel a try.

Quick Facts

Origin: Spain
Unit Size: 8.8oz jar

The Flavor Experience

Packed with heart healthy Omega-3’s, these mackerel possess a rich pronounced flavor and aroma. The fish are sustainably caught and are carefully cleaned and prepared by hand. Only the delicate meat is preserved, allowing the fillets to break apart into tender flakes.

The Story

Joseph Collins first canned sardines in 1822 on France’s Atlantic Coast. Collins was playing off the recent and absolutely revolutionary bottling techniques of his colleague Nicholas Appert, and it didn't take long for canning to become standard for sardine fisheries. The nutritional benefits of canned sardines cannot be understated. The calcium-rich bones of the fish dissolve during the canning process, leaving all that calcium available to your own body. Like many of our favorite preserved foods, canned sardines can improve over time, so stash a few cans away and save them for a special occasion.

Usage Tips

When you use the finest quality ingredients they don’t require much fuss. Enjoy a single fillet smashed on top of a cracker and drizzle the luxurious oil on top. Alternatively dress up a pasta dish with roasted red peppers, chopped olives, capers and shredded mackerel. Toss everything together with the flavorful oil and a handful of parsley.

SKU: SEAF030P

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