Rich in vitamins, especially B12 and niacin consuming Hake is beneficial to health of the nervous system and blood cells. This fish is also a good source of protein while low in calories which makes it a perfect option for a balanced diet. Hake also contains multiple minerals, including phosphorus, potassium, and selenium, all play a big part in keeping the muscles, bones and nervous system healthy. It also provides Omega-3 fatty acids important for the heart and brain health.
Hake gives a lot of options when it comes to preparation. One of the best ways to cook these mouth-watering Hake Fillets is pan-fried in hot oil, but be careful not to overcook it. For many years the Spanish have enjoyed this rich-tasting fish with Salsa Verde and olive oil, or try our delicious recipe for Hake Fillet Wrapped in Parma ham. Best paired with crisp white wine.