Kipper is high in Omega-3s and lower in mercury than other fish. Kippers are a good source of protein and contain essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, C, D, and E. Kippers are also rich in iron, calcium, zinc, and potassium.
Kippers are versatile fish in their cooking but why not try our smoked kipper kedgeree a simple and light meal perfect for lunch or dinner! You may also want to try serving your kippers as a starter with some fresh bagels or as a light meal served with some crusty bread.
If you are not going to eat your kipper whole then we would suggest cutting it in two across the back and removing the backbone using a sharp knife. It may help to press down on the spine of the fish while you’re cutting away at it with your knife.