I love grilled sardines. I've eaten them in Europe but too bad we can't get fresh ones in Singapore.
July 26, 2004 10:30 PM
Don't forget sardines are one of those mega-Omega-3 fatty acid fish. They're not only tasty, but good for you.
July 27, 2004 9:44 AM
Yet another reason to have them again this weekend. Heaven on a plate!
Meg in Paris |
July 28, 2004 9:46 AM
lovely! i've been eyeing some beautiful, fresh sardines at my local fish market but didn't know how i'd prepare them... thanks for the great idea!
July 29, 2004 6:58 PM
Thanks! Let me know how they turn out!
Meg in Paris |
July 30, 2004 5:13 AM
Sardines. What can one say but heaven on a plate.
Just had a belly full in Toronto Canada. Nearly as good as the first I had in Portimao Portugal.
Living in Florida I cant find any place with sardines so travel is the only option.
Barry Kinsella |
March 16, 2005 10:10 AM
Having been to Portugal many times, I thought I was the only American who knew about this wonder fish. Too bad they're hard to find fresh in the States!
April 30, 2005 10:09 PM
Some advise about sardines from a portuguese girl:
yes, they are one of the best meal you can have, but Portugal have a lot more to give;
turn back to the sardines: you don´t have to slit in the belly of the little fish and pull out all the goo, because the goo is not eatable, but give a delicious taste to the sardines; if you couldn't have them fresh, you can use the frozen ones, if you can find; in this case, they go to the grill still frozen, and you just put a little bit of salt when it start to unfrozen, and it is so good as if they are fresh from the sea!!
Bom apetite, as we say at Portugal!!
May 19, 2005 1:08 PM
Tânia, thanks for the Portuguese input. Next time I make them I'll try leaving the "goo" on the inside - I like anything that makes less work and if it adds flavour that's even better!
Meg in Paris |
May 19, 2005 1:13 PM
Mmmm.... I have been to one Japanese restoraunt and taste this meal. I liked it very much! Thanks!!!
John C. |
June 26, 2005 3:44 PM
I'VE BEEN EATING SARDINES FOR DECADES - BUT THEN I'M
FROM MAINE, USA. OF COURSE, AFTER YOU CLEAN THEM,
THERE AIN'T MUCH LEFT. THE LAST TIME I ATE A PLATE FULL, ONE JUMPED UP AND BIT MY NOSE. IT WASN'T UNTIL
AFTER I FINISHED THE REST THAT I NOTICED IT - JUST GOESTO SHOW YOU HOW SMALL THEY CAN BE. SO, THE
POINT IS, JUST BECAREFUL WITH YOUR FOOD, AS WITH SO
MANY THINGS IN LIFE. BETTER TO BE BITTEN BY A SARDINE
THAN TO GET A CARROT STUCK IN YOU NOSE.
November 18, 2005 9:38 AM
To the poster from Maine -
THANK YOU FOR READING THE SITE, BUT COULD YOU PLEASE TURN DOWN YOUR RADIO?!
November 18, 2005 9:49 AM
hi,i born in a country surrounded by two ocean the atlantic and the meditiranian
(morocco) and i ate sardines all my life,
at least twice a week but it stoped sincei moved to the state 10 years ago, now i eat it just when i go back for vacation i leave
in florida but i can find where they sale it fresh,i have lot of recipes but i just need help thanks my email adress is firstname.lastname@example.org
said belaid |
May 23, 2006 1:51 AM
If anyone's from Atlanta or nearby you can get them fresh at the Dekalb Farmer's Market. This will be my first time cooking them fresh, I've only had canned. Thus my reason for coming to the site for recipes.
March 16, 2007 4:33 PM
I did camp one summer by the shores of Algiers, North Africa. All we ate those two weeks was grilled sardines, water melon, goat cheese, green olives and red wine. Man, that was Greaaaaaaaaaaaaaat!
Omar Sail |
July 22, 2007 7:02 PM
I had grilled sardines for the first time in Cannes last month, and I'm still daydreaming about them. (Although when they say grilled, they meant grilled in a broiler, not on a charcoal grill.) We ate some pretty incredible meals while we were there, but the sardines were the simplest and the best, and absolutely smashing with the crisp, dry roses. Must get to the fishmarket...
July 26, 2007 3:11 PM
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