Calories, kcal: 86 Proteins, g: 16.6 Fats, g: 2.2 Carbohydrates, g: 0.0
Hake is one of the representatives of marine fish. The size of the hake reaches up to 70 centimeters, and the maximum weight is up to three kilograms. An elongated body with a gray color and black spots in the dorsal region, and the sides and abdomen gray with a silvery sheen are the main characteristics of an adult (calorizer). Hake is famous for the fact that its meat is very tasty, tender, with a small amount of bones. If you boil the hake meat, then the fillet is easily separated from the ridge. However, with prolonged freezing or repeated freezing, the taste of hake meat deteriorates.
Caloric content of fresh hake
The calorie content of fresh hake is 86 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition and useful properties of fresh hake
Fresh hake fillet contains a large amount of vitamin A, and besides it, E, PP, B9, B1, C, B2, B6. It is also famous for its large amount of iron.
Also a whole collection of micro- and macroelements: sodium, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, manganese, zinc, sulfur, molybdenum, cobalt (calorizator). So fresh fish meat is very useful with the content of useful and necessary substances for the human body.
The main function of vitamins is to help regulate metabolism in the human body. Eating hake fillets cleanses of toxins, thereby preventing the formation of tumors. Hake is also an excellent antioxidant.
The use of fresh hake in cooking
Fresh hake meat is highly valued in cooking. The reason for this is the low fat content, which makes fillets even more tender than cod. There are various ways of cooking fish (stewing, frying, cooking salads), but boiled fish meat is considered the most useful and dietary.