Sardines a healthy one..

Philippines
March 9, 2009 1:25am CST
Do you cook any from can of sardines? What are your recipes into it? I was able to cook and prepare omelet thru canned fish or sardines. Another way is preparing it as an egg roll, a healthy way alternating meat inside of it. Healthy in a way children or your kids would not notice it that it is made of sardines. Including with some carrots ad raisins into it to alter the fishy taste which the kids would not appreciate. Have you try any from a sardines? You might want to share so we can prepare a different food for our kids and yet healthy.
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@lazeebee (5468)
• Malaysia
9 Mar 09
We usually eat sardines with toast; add sliced red chillies and onions to the sardines and just stir-fry. Sometimes we would cook sour-and-spicy curry (from premix) and add sardines and sliced onions - it's very delicious with noodles or spaghetti.
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@eagle_f15 (2054)
• Malaysia
9 Mar 09
Ayam brand Sardine - The brand of this sardine is Ayam Brand 425g. Nice to eat
I do cook from can of sardine once in a while. I would just pour out the sardine which already has tomato sauce in it and heat it up that's all. Adding onions and chilli sauce to it. For a can of oval tine 425g sardine, my husband and I can eat it for two days. I will portion it up and keep the second portion on a casserole and just heat it up the next day. Normally we will have fried egg and soup to go with the sardine.
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@mizstress (719)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
we usually put sardines as toppings for home made pizza, its healthier than meat products.. sometime it is also alternative for meat in pasta.. it taste/looks like a gourmet meal but much cheaper..
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@Ritchelle (3797)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
use sardines in spaghetti. you can use the tomato based ones or the olive oil based sardines for this italian dish. you can use only the fish for fried rice. this is good if you have a toddler for he can put carbohydrates and protein in his mouth in one spoonful. you can also have fish spread with mayonnaise from the oil based sardines.
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@bubbletush (1334)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
i saute spicy canned sardines in onion. just that simple. my husband and i would either it that with a freshly baked hot bread or with garlic rice. yummy
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@eichs1 (1934)
• Philippines
4 Apr 09
I like adding sardines to my sauteed leafy vegetables. I may add some noodles to my recipe if there's available stock in the kitchen. I did try sardines omelet before and it's also good but I love vegetables more than egg so I always go with the former.
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
11 Mar 09
Cant stand 'um...but I have a great memory of them... My daughter was 2 years old and her daddy had a can of those that you use the key and roll the top of the flat can off and there are the sardines..... He for some odd reason had that and was eating them... and she wanted what daddy had so he gave her one and she ate it... and several more after that! I'll never forget seeing her, her in a little sunsuit with her back to me with darling little piggie tails in her hair, standing at daddys knee... eating sardines. I did make him stop as I wasnt sure how they'd settle with her stomach or that she should even be eating them at all at that age, but she asked and swallowed!!!
@kaplima24 (111)
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
Hi, I love sardines. I just saw recently over TV a sardines spaghetti and I want to try it. It is a recipe intended really for kids. It's nutritious and economical.
@dinona (198)
• Malaysia
10 Mar 09
I do cook sardines from the can. I always make a dish with canned sardines. It is a healthy dish and my children love to eat it.