Well, how many patties are you smashing today? We hope one of them is our Mackerel cutlets.
Mackerel is a fish found in tropical and temperate seas and offshore in the oceanic environment or the coastal region. Here’s an interesting fact, around 21 species in the family Scombridae are commonly called mackerel. Indian Mackerels, among many, are an essential fish dish eaten in South Indian parts of our country. The reason being that it’s commonly found there. Mackerel tastes best with a load of flavours and bodes well when served with fresh crunchy salads, grapes placed on top, or any other dressing. It’s believed to be a pleaser even for those who get a bit nervous to try an oiler fish. Well, we have something altogether unique you can make out of this fish. Mackerel cutlets famous in the Konkan region are sure to give you happy vibes in less than an hour.
These highly recommendable scrumptious cutlets can be the perfect snack on a rainy afternoon. Serve hot with tomato ketchup or green chutney.