Oily fish recipes to boost your Omega-3 intake

Oily fish recipes to boost your Omega-3 intake

Omega-3 is a fatty acid that comes with a host of benefits. Chiefly, it’s thought to boost heart health. While it is found in walnuts, chia seeds, grass-fed meat and several vegetables, one of the best sources is oily fish, with mackerel, salmon, sardines, tuna and herring all boasting significant quantities. 

NHS guidelines suggest a healthy diet should include two portions of fish per week, with one of those being an oily fish. Yet, according to a recent poll by OG Science and Wellbeing, the average Briton consumes oily fish once every six weeks (and a quarter of us can’t even name one). 

The jury’s out on omega-3 supplements, and eating natural sources is thought to be more beneficial. Telegraph Food has raided its archives to find the tastiest oily fish recipes to help you boost your intake. 

Diana Henry’s Indian-spiced mackerel fillets with mango, lime and chilli salad

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