Calories, kcal: 105 Proteins, g: 14.3 Fats, g: 3.9 Carbohydrates, g: 2.5
Hake is a marine fish that belongs to the cod order. The fish also has a second name - it is hake. It can reach one and a half meters, but most often hake is caught with a length of 30-40 centimeters (calorizer). The hake lives mostly in the waters of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Hake is the dream of any cook and housewife, as it has the most tender white appetizing meat with a small amount of bones that are easily separated.
Fried hake is the fastest and easiest way to diversify the table and delight loved ones. Hake carcasses are thawed before cooking. The fish is luxuriously combined with various products, because it is fried in flour, in batter, bread crumbs, and with the addition of all kinds of sauces.
Calorie content of fried hake
The calorie content of fried hake is 105 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition and useful properties of fried hake
Hake is considered a dietary fish, low in fat, but rich in vitamins and minerals.
Roasted hake meat contains vitamins: PP, E, B1, C, B9, B6, B2, A and chemical elements: nickel, calcium, cobalt, magnesium, molybdenum, sodium, fluorine, potassium, chromium, phosphorus, manganese, chlorine, copper, sulfur, iodine, iron, zinc.
Diet fillet of hake, indicated for people with stomach problems, or during restorative diets (calorizator). Dishes made from this fish are highly recommended for children and the elderly, as they activate processes in the brain tissues. Also, regular eating hake is the prevention of cancer, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular and neurological diseases.