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MacKnight brings salmon-based burgers, sausages and bacon to foodservice

By Noli Dinkovski

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MacKnight’s Flavoured Hot Smoked Portions: Skin-wrapped salmon portions marinated then smoked over oak wood chips
MacKnight’s Flavoured Hot Smoked Portions: Skin-wrapped salmon portions marinated then smoked over oak wood chips
Producer MacKnight is launching a range of salmon-based burgers, sausages and bacon to the foodservice sector.

The Highland Farms range, which also includes salmon mignons and hot smoked portions, is claimed by MacKnight to meet the need of those looking for healthier alternatives to red meat.

Made from 100% Atlantic salmon, the range can be supplied as chilled or frozen.

Tony Ingham, chief commercial officer for MacKnight, said: “Highland Farms leads the way with its great tasting ‘alternative’ salmon products, which require quick and easy preparation while providing a delicious and adventurous nutritious meal for diners.”

The range

Described by MacKnight to be a “fantastic alternative” to a meat pattie, the Salmon Burgers are high in Omega 3 (5.2 grams per 100 gram serving) and contain no trans-fat.

The Smoked Salmon Bacon is cured with rock salt, maple syrup and specially selected spices. Once cured, it’s air dried and gently smoked for 48 hours.

The Salmon Breakfast Sausage has created to replicate a traditional English breakfast sausage, while the Salmon Mignons are available in a variety of flavours including Green Tea and Ginger, Lemon and Pepper, Dill and Juniper, Sweet and Smokey, and Lime and Chilli.

MacKnight’s Flavoured Hot Smoked Portions are skin-wrapped salmon portions marinated then smoked over oak wood chips for a minimal period – creating a juicy finish with mild smoky overtones. Favours include Plain, Peppered, Ginger Lime & Chilli, and Tomato & Basil.

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1 comment

Thank you so much for this!

Posted by Susi Kavanagh,

It's such a wonderful idea, thank you.... my only problem is that I spend at least 8 months of my year in the Middle East, and although we are very civilised here in Bahrain, and I am having Scottish kipper for breakfast today, it is unlikely our expatriate community will see your wonderful products...unless, of course, you approach Al Osra, Al Jazeera, Spinney or Jawad supermarkets and convince them that they should import them for us, along with all the other lovely things, including haggis, that are imported into Bahrain and the GCC already... :)

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