Tinned cod liver

Tinned cod liver has a rich, creamy texture like foie gras. Caught in the waters off Iceland, canned cod liver is nutrition-packed. Its soft, delicate texture means it can be spread like a pâté on toast with black pepper and chopped parsley or diced and added to salads.


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Artisan canned cod liver

Espinaler canned cod liver is high in omega-3, which helps lower cholesterol and protect the heart, Vitamins A and B12 which are good for the immune system, and Vitamin D, which also boosts immunity and promotes healthy teeth, bones and muscles. Cod liver in a tin can be crushed together with boiled eggs and chopped herbs and seasoned with salt and pepper to spread on toast or crackers. Or try tinned cod liver with avocado and chives on toast.

Is tinned cod liver good for you?

Canned cod liver has plenty of nutrition. Cod liver contains the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, the polyunsaturated fats that our bodies cannot make themselves but need for good health. Cod liver also contains Vitamins A, B12, D and E.

How do you serve canned cod liver?

Add salt, pepper and chopped herbs and crush it with a fork and make it into a pâté to spread on crackers and toast. Its robust flavour means it pairs well with boiled eggs and chopped onion for another spread. Add it to salads too with peppery watercress or rocket and cucumber. Or add the conservas to a side of rice mixed with chopped herbs. 

Can you eat canned cod liver every day?

The NHS recommends eating at least two portions of fish each week, one of them oily. A portion is about 140g or about a tin and a half.