Organic Mackerel Nicoise Salad

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If you’re looking for a more filling and special twist on a classic salad, this mackerel nicoise is perfect! It’s super nutritious, but the mackerel makes it feel filling and indulgent, too. High in protein and those healthy fats.

mackerel nicoise recipe

I strongly recommend cooking the mackerel in real organic butter, but coconut or vegetable oil works fine, too. You also don’t need to pay too much attention to the quantity in the ingredients, just whatever you think will work for you and how hungry you are! I personally love broccoli so maybe put too much in for some people.

Serves: 4
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Prep time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

2 sustainable mackerel fillets. (I used these)

1 head of organic broccoli

4x medium organic eggs

100g of organic runner beans

200g organic spinach

100g organic new potatoes

70g organic cherry tomatoes

70g spring onions

40g organic salted butter

Olive oil

Salt and pepper to season

Method

Boil eggs, potatoes, beans and broccoli until soft. Leave to cool. (In this recipe I hard boiled the eggs, though I bet it’d be nice to leave them soft with a nice runny yolk).

Heat the butter in a frying pan on high heat. Add the mackerel fillets, you want to get the butter really hot to create a nice dark, crispy mackerel skin. Turn to cook on both sides. Once the skin is nice and crisp reduce to a low-medium heat and leave to cook through.

Whilst the mackerel is cooking through, chop the remaining ingredients, add in the broccoli, potatoes and toss. Add olive oil and season to taste. Because this salad is full of flavour I don’t think it needs a dressing, just a good quality oil to bring out the flavours.

Half the eggs and add, top with the mackerel and serve!

About the author

kirsty

About 6 months ago I read an article that said pesticide residue left on fruit and veg may be harmful to men’s fertility. Despite occasional confusion; I am not actually a man, though this still scared me in to trying to eat a little cleaner and, as the natural vitality of my early 20s continues to ebb away I am trying to discover new foods, different styles of cooking and drinking enough smoothies to sink the Titanic. This is my place to share these endeavours.

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