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Video: Salted Tulle
Video: Двенадцать стульев (FullHD, комедия, реж. Леонид Гайдай, 1971 г.) 2023, February
Salted Tulle
Salted Tulle

Salted tulle

Salted tulle
Salted tulle

Calories, kcal: 191 Proteins, g: 19.2 Fats, g: 12.6 Carbohydrates, g: 0.0

Tulka belongs to the Herring family. The Black Sea-Caspian tulka is a small fish, about 10 cm long and weighing no more than 15 grams. Sea fish is divided into two types: Caspian or common and Azov-Black Sea. The tulka got these names based on the habitat.

Has an important commercial value. Hundreds of thousands of tons of tulka are harvested every year (calorizator). Sprat is more popular in salted or smoked form. Many people underestimate this fish due to its appearance and its small size.

Caloric content of salted sprat

The calorie content of salted sprat is 191 kcal per 100 grams of product.

Composition and useful properties of salted sprat

Sprat should be eaten whole with a ridge and skin, because they contain phosphorus, fish also contains a lot of calcium, omega-3 fatty acids.

Salted sprat in cooking

Salted tulka can be a great snack or addition to any main dish. It combines taste, benefits, low price and availability. Salted sprat can be purchased at almost any grocery store at a reasonable price. But it is very easy to cook salted sprat at home.

First you need to gut a fresh sprat, rinse and place in an enamel bowl. Add black pepper, allspice, peppercorns, bay leaf, coriander seeds, salt to it. Cover the fish, put under pressure and put in the refrigerator. The salted sprat will be ready to eat in 5-6 hours.

Contraindications to use

But for all the obvious benefits of fish, salted tulka is not recommended to be consumed often, since it contains a lot of salt. And it is worth completely excluding salted sprat from your diet for people with diseases of the kidneys, cardiovascular system (calorizer). It can cause swelling and high blood pressure.

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