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  • Smoked Mackerel Fillets
Smoked Mackerel Fillets 6x
Smoked Mackerel Fillets


These are the tired cook’s dream come true (and perfect for people who are fearful of the bones and eyes you will find in whole mackerel.)

Simply peel away the golden skin from the firm, lean fillet and flake into breakfast, brunch, lunch and any meal in between. They go exceeding well with or instead of crisped bacon, and while we don’t like to bang on about health benefits, these are undoubtedly not just good to taste.

They bear no comparison with supermarket smoked mackerel or even with their artisan peer group. They are not the slightest oily, not indigestion–inducing, and as usual we balance the flavour with the softer sweeter notes of beechwood smoke.

We do them plain smoked, but to others we also add a variety of peppers and spices. Generally we can’t let you choose the seasoning, as the packets come mixed, but you can make special requests for your favourite kinds and we’ll do our best.



Smoked Irish Mackerel Fillets x6
with seasonings

Temporarily out of stock

Six Irish Mackerel fillets, hot smoked with beechwood, which come with a variety of seasonings including pepper, chillies, chives, Piri Piri, as well as plain.


Irish Mackerel FISH (Scomber scombrus) 97%, salt 3%, beechwood smoke & seasonings
may contain bones


Caught at sea, NW Coast of North Ireland & Scotland

Can you deliver to my address?

These are a Click & Collect item only but will generally be included in our 'mostly smoked fish' selections, which can be delivered to Irish (north & south) and EU addresses.

How to prepare smoked mackerel

These are ready to eat, but can be heated through gently in an oven. The skin peels off very easily. Always bring the smoked mackerel to room temperature before serving.


Refrigerate 0-4C
Bring to room temperature before serving.

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Belvelly Smoke House
Belvelly, Great Island
Cobh, Co Cork
P24 AW29, Ireland

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