Sardines are cheap, sustainable and delicious, not to mention full of calcium and healthy omega-3 fats. Our sardine recipes are easy to make - whether you'd like a warm starter salad or main course.
A great pasta dish for those who like sardines. This dish is not only fast and easy to prepare, it is delicious and typical Italian fare.
I got this recipe off of one of my favourite blogs and tweaked it a bit, adding fresh and dried herbs and a few different ingredients. This is a great recipe for anyone who loves sardines, and for those who think they don't! Serve on crackers or toast.
A no-cook recipe is perfect for a light lunch when time is short. Remember to include the sardine bones in the mixture, as they are quite soft and mash easily, adding valuable calcium to the dish. The raw vegetables have maximum food value to keep you going on a busy working day. Follow with some juicy fresh fruit.
This is delicious! I was really shocked when I tasted the flavours, plus it's a great meal for weight loss!
Sardines with a crunchy nut and watercress stuffing make a simple yet healthily balanced meal when served with spicy new potatoes and a salad. Sardines are a good buy – inexpensive, quick to cook and high in beneficial fish oils and vitamins. For speed, buy ready cleaned and scaled sardines.