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Saba is a type of mackerel that is known for its rich, oily taste and health benefits.
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Including fish in your diet is good for your health, and its recommends two servings of fatty fish each week. If you’re looking for a break from the more standard trout, or salmon, try giving Saba Mackerel a try.
Saba Mackerel often served grilled, and it’s a commonly consumed dish in Japan.
In addition to being tasty, Saba Mackerel offers some health benefits that make it a worthwhile addition to your diet.
Saba Mackerel is a moderate source of calories.
Each filet contains around 230 calories. Most of those calories come from its 34 grams of protein. The high-quality protein in mackerel promotes healthy and strong muscles, and it’s also great for your skin, hair and immune system.
Mackerel also supplies about 9 grams of fat, much of which comes from heart-healthy unsaturated fatty acids.
In Japan, it is enjoyed in so many different ways, from raw (sashimi) to canned.
It has a good source of vitamin D and B12. Vitamin B12 plays and important role in maintaining nerve fibres.
- Fillet contains less or no bones
- All cuts come with skin on
- Weight includes bones
- Weight indicated is the minimum what you will receive
How To Defrost Frozen Saba Mackerel
To safely thaw frozen fish, place the fish in the refrigerator overnight so it can thaw out gradually. This is the best way to preserve the fish’s flavor and texture.
Salt is sprinkled onto the saba, which is then grilled on an open flame. Commonly served with grated daikon.
Crispy, scrumptious and simple.
Saba can be slowly cooked in a miso sauce until it becomes tender and delicious.
Saba can be cooked in Japanese, Indian or Malaysian curry.
The firm meat is able to hold well yet absorbing the flavours in the curry.