Surmai is called king mackerel or popularly (spotted) seer fish. It is known by various names, such as Surmai (सुरमई) in Marathi, Vanjaram(వంజరం) in Telugu, Vanjaram NeiMeen (நெய்மீன்) in Tamil, NeiMeen (നെയ്മീന്) in Malayalam, Anjal (ಅಂಜಲ್) in Tulu, Arkoli (ಅರ್ಕೊಲಿ) in Kannada, Iswaan in Konkani and Thora in Sinhala.
Vanjaram or kingfish is a popular fish in Malvani restaurants. … In some restaurants, they use pieces from smaller Surmai which are cheaper but can be a bit bony. In Sindhudurg they serve large slices of Surmai in their coastal Maharashtrian curry. Such slices have only one large bone in the middle and are easier to enjoy
Fish May Lower Your Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes. … Researchers believe that the fatty types of fish are even more beneficial for heart health, because of their high amount of omega-3 fatty acids.
A 3-ounce serving of kingfish contains 114 calories and 22 grams of protein, or 44 percent of your daily value for protein based on a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet. The same portion has just 2 grams of total fat and 58 milligrams of cholesterol.
Government dietary guidelines recommend that people eat fish twice a week. And we know that fish are full of omega-3 fatty acids—which can benefit both heart and brain. … While it might be safe to eat fish every day, Rimm says it’s still not clear if there is any added health benefits to that level of consumption.
|Nutrient (per 100 gms of raw Seer fish – Surmai – Vanjaram|
|Total Fat (Grams)||3|
Nutrition Source: https://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/calories/surmai-fish-245864179