Who has never tasted the famous Fish & Chips that is popular on the tables of Northern Europe?
Have you ever wondered which fish is the one so loved by children (and also by adults) and what nutritional characteristics it has?
This is theHaddock, also known as the “donkey fish” famous for its pure white meat with a delicate and sweet flavor. Fished in the cold waters of the Northeast Atlantic Ocean according to the MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) sustainable fishing standards, the Flowers of Haddock Findus they are tender and fleshy fillets particularly suitable for the preparation of gourmet recipes, rich in nutritional properties.
THE PROPERTIES OF THE EGLEPHIN
The property of the Haddock, indeed, they are quite well known and are characterized by the benefits they bring to the diet and general health of those who consume it.
In particular, the Haddock Findus is characterized by being rich in Omega 3* essential fats for the normal functioning of the heart and brain **; to be rich in vitamins B12 and B6, important for the normal functioning of the immune and nervous systems and excellent allies for reducing fatigue and the sense of tiredness; to be the source of potassium, which aids in the functioning of the nervous system, normal muscle function and the maintenance of normal blood pressure; to be rich in proteins which contribute to the growth and maintenance of normal muscle and bone mass as well as to be rich in phosphorus which promotes normal energy metabolism, contributes to the normal function of the cell membrane, helps the maintenance of normal teeth and is especially necessary for the normal growth and development of bones in children.
And then, rich in selenium, which has a beneficial effect on the normal functioning of the thyroid and immune system. Finally, it is packed with iodine, nutrient that contributes to normal children’s growth and normal cognitive function.
In short, a complete food that, in the context of a varied and balanced diet and a healthy style of view, results perfect for the whole family. Not only, in fact, it meets the favor of the little ones thanks to the sweetness of its meat, but it also meets those who cook and need to put on the table a nutritious dish suitable for the preparation of numerous recipes, all very simple and fast. to be prepared even for those who have little time but do not want to give up taste and quality.
EGLEFINO: HOW TO COOK
The Haddock, in fact, is so versatile that it can be prepared in a thousand ways and recipes.
The most famous traditional preparation is, in fact, the typical one of Northern Europe known as Fish & Chips, loved by the little ones who love it.
THE Haddock Findus flowers, however, they are so tender and meaty that they lend themselves well to all preparations:
- In the oven, where they cook in 22 minutes for a tasty and simple preparation;
- In a non-stick pan, ready in 14 minutes simply with a drizzle of olive oil;
- In the pot, very fast to prepare simply with a 10-minute cooking.
However, there are other recipes for which the Aegean lends itself well and is particularly suitable:
L’Haddock with vegetables and pistachio in a pan, for example, it is a very simple recipe that is prepared in a short time by simply cooking the fish in a non-stick pan, seasoning it with extra virgin olive oil and accompanying it with julienned vegetables (red cabbage is perfect), tartar sauce and a sprinkling of grains of pistachio to flavor everything.
* 100g of Findus Haddock Flowers contain 200mg of long-chain Omega 3 fatty acids (EPA + DHA)
** Thanks to the daily intake of 250mg of long-chain omega 3 fatty acids (EPA + DHA)
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