Ocean’s Mackerel Fillets with Jalapeño


Who doesn’t love some spicy mackerel fillets? People who haven’t tried them, yet, that’s who.

4.41 oz (125g) tin


In stock


Ingredients: Mackerel Fillets (Scomber scombrus), Sunflower Oil, Jalapeños, Salt.

Product of Scotland.


  1. George Dignan (verified owner)

    Such a clean fresh taste especially for mackerel. Hint of jalapeño is very nice. Boneless and skinless. Larger fillets than I’ve had in a tin. Will definitely reorder!

  2. Bmore Tinned (verified owner)

    Bear with me. Go get a box of Lipton Onion Recipe Soup & Dip Mix. Ideally it would already be present in your house as a pantry staple, but maybe you had company last night or didn’t have anything else to eat for breakfast, so now you’re out. Mix it up with some full fat greek yogurt (sour cream purests dont @ me) and make the first layer. Maybe in a clear bowl? It’s about to get aesthetic. Next layer: combination of sautéed mushrooms and spinach. Third layer: tin of this insanely good Ocean’s Mackerel Fillets with Jalapeño. Sit back with a box of triscuits and let the serotonin flow. Or honestly, I used those silly mini-peppers and they were fine, but don’t be me.

    Seriously, even if you cant break the dairy/fish glass ceiling (really worth it though) this mackerel is so darn tender, moist, and flavorful it’s 100% worth a try. Everything I’ve had from this company is bomb. As far as canned mackerel, I’ve found them to be consistently better tasting than your run of the mill brands. And really at a price you can’t beat. Agree with George, the heat level could generously be described as a “hint,” but you still get actually decent jalapeño flavor.

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