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Mackerel in tomato sauce in a slow cooker

Mackerel in tomato sauce in a slow cooker

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  1. Mackerel 4-5 pcs.
  2. Salt to taste
  3. Large olives 50 gr
  4. Cherry Tomatoes 100 gr
  5. Mashed Tomato 400 gr
  6. Green onions 3-4 feathers
  7. Sunflower oil 30 ml
  8. Chile to taste
  9. Parsley to taste
  • Main ingredients Mackerel
  • Serving 4 servings


crock-pot, pressure cooker, knife, towels, cutting board


Step 1: prepare the ingredients.

Wash the mackerel, dry, cut into large pieces, salt.
Rinse tomatoes, dry.
Chop green onions into rings.

Step 2: stew the mackerel in tomato sauce in a slow cooker.

Set the roasting mode on the multicooker, set the timer to 10 minutes and pour the vegetable oil into the bowl. Add onions, tomatoes, sliced ​​mackerel and olives. Fry until the fish is browned below.

Add tomato puree, more salt, if necessary, chili peppers, if you want a pinworm, and close the lid.
Make sure the valve is closed.
Put the multicooker-pressure cooker into the quenching mode and set the timer 10 minutes.
When the program ends, carefully open the valve and let off steam (leave on 10-15 minutes).
After carefully open the lid, and you can put the finished mackerel on a plate for serving!

Step 3: serve the mackerel in tomato sauce.

Mackerel stewed in tomato sauce can be decorated with fresh parsley and eat directly with the sauce. Real jam!
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- According to the same recipe, you can cook another fish.


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