Unpopular fish become full dishes with moisture-releasing ingredients

03/2/2007 | FoodNavigator

Diced vegetables and milk are two moisture-releasing ingredients that are being used with abundant but unpopular fish stocks such as Atlantic mackerel. Such fish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids but are not widely used commercially because of the oily flesh and difficulty in boning.

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