Mackerel Salad

Mackerel is high in omega-3 fatty acids that are good for heart health and is about one-third the price of salmon in this tough economy.

Mackerel Salad Photo

Mackerel Salad
1 15 oz can mackerel fillets – separated into halves and bones removed
1 head romaine lettuce
1 medium tomato
2 oz carrot shreds
2 oz broccoli shreds
lemon juice and/or dressing of choice

Serves 2 as a main course – 310 calories per serving without dressing

3 comments to Mackerel Salad

  • Yummy … this looks tasty. I hope it’s healthy too.

  • Wow. Holy Mackerel!!! That actually looks pretty darn delicious if you ask me. I’m actually not a huge fan of sea food but every once in a while some good fish is great. I don’t recall ever eating Mackerel though, how is it different from Salamon?

    It looks like a pretty basic salad with the Mackerel on top. It’s less healthy but I’d have to have it with the salad dressing instead of lemon juice. I’d probably have it with Caesar. I love Caesar and can’t get enough of it.

  • this is very tasty, I am reporting back! I tried this and it is verysimple meal, but very good.