An oily fish found on the Indian coasts and the Western Pacific Oceans, Indian Mackerel is also popularly known as Bhangda in Maharashtra. The small yet firm body of Bhagda is covered in silver with a hint of horizontal golden lines making it elegant. The firm flesh makes it easy for grilling as well as other styles of cooking. Health benefits from Bhangda include reduced joint issues and regulated sugar levels.
Taste: Strong � creamy
Freshness Indicators: Intact & transparent eyes, firm texture,red gills and bright colour.
Most preferred cuts: Headless, head-on, and skin-on fillets.