Pan-seared mackerel with fresh chillies and soy sauce

Pan-seared mackerel with fresh chillies and soy sauce

Pan-seared mackerel with fresh chillies and soy sauce

Any simpler, this recipe will disappear into thin air. I love this dish in summer because it goes so well with a chilled dry white.

On the other hand, does anyone think mackerel smells more fishy than other fish? I know of people who would absolutely not eat this fish for any money.

Coat mackerel cutlet with salt, tumeric and curry powder

Coat mackerel cutlet with salt, tumeric and curry powder

Sydneysiders are blessed with the availability of the freshest seafood all year round and the principle for cooking fresh seafood is simple ~ the fewer the ingredients the better.

Sear mackerel in hot pan

Sear mackerel in hot pan

The sweet and firm texture of this fish comes apart in its natural sections and is always disappears in no time.

I’m looking for recommendations of dipping sauce other than the chilli and soy sauce but the fish is seems so tasty in itself.

Firm and succulent texture of mackerel cutlet

Firm and succulent texture of mackerel cutlet

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3 Responses to Pan-seared mackerel with fresh chillies and soy sauce

  1. When I saw the soy sauce with chili padi, I knew immediately you had to be from Malaysia and true enough after I read your “About” page :) Just want to say thanks for stopping my blog, the mackerel looks delicious~

    • Chopinand says:

      Hi Min, without the chilli padi would be like eating your chicken rice without the condiments. Check out my Italian pasta recipes that go with soy sauce and chilli padi! :)

  2. I found Min here! Such a small world. :-) Thank you for stopping by my website too! I came here and I was browsing your website. Then I found mackerel recipe! I have it in my fridge and I was thinking how to cook it… so I’m leaving a comment in this post. :-) It’s really nice to meet you. You have so many nice recipes here and interesting info about music. I wish I can appreciate music as much as you do, but I am famous for tone death…arhh..

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