Recipe: Tasty Sardine Salad Sandwich
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Close the sandwich with the top bun. In some of this week's sandwiches, I used small whole-wheat English muffins that were lightly toasted. The muffins won't fall apart, even with a juicy filling like Greek salad, and I like the size. You can have Sardine Salad Sandwich using 6 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Sardine Salad Sandwich
- You need 1 can of sardines, flavor your choice.
- Prepare 1 slice of sweet onion.
- You need 1 of garlic powder.
- You need of Hot sauce.
- Prepare of ground black pepper.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of mayonnaise.
This is inspired by the classic Mediterranean combination of sardines and spinach. I like to use lightly smoked sardines in olive oil for it. Sardine salad is basically a variant of tuna salad; it's just made with a different canned fish. The canned sardines are flaked up with a fork, then mixed with mayo for a creamy texture, chopped vegetables for crunch, and spices and condiments for flavor.
Sardine Salad Sandwich instructions
- Sardines from 1 can minus oil, this is just what I had on hand..
- Remove backbone if you dislike them. Place in a cereal/soup bowl.
- Finally dice your onion, add to bowl with sardines.
- Add garlic powder, I give it a couple sprinkles, maybe half a teaspoon..
- Add hot sauce (here I used crushed red pepper) and a grind or two of black pepper.
- Using a fork, mash it all together, breaking up everything.
- When it's mashed to your liking, add mayonnaise.
- Mix and mash the mayonnaise, until it's sort of smooth.
- Serve. I happen to like it open face, a nice crusty bread is good, I only had Italian bread. I garnished it with a bit of chives (green onion, cilantro, parsley all work, or nothing at all) and enjoy. Makes two sandwiches..
- NOTES – Sometimes I put horseradish on the bread, sometimes I toast the bread. This also lends itself to modifications for the way you like it. My dad never used hot sauce, I happen to like a little heat..
It's typically served in a sandwich for lunch or with crackers as. I'm sorry if these sardine sandwiches will become too addicting, especially during your busy exam schedule. It is literally faster to make them than to wait in line to buy a snack. Enjoy these sardine sandwiches and remember that flavourful food does not need to be difficult, expensive and time-consuming to make. Add a little twist Try this recipe using Chicken of the Sea® Sardines in Oil, Lightly Smoked, Chicken of the Sea® Sardines in Hot Sauce or Chicken of the Sea® Brisling Sardines in Olive Oil.