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Sardines on Toast
A very quick to prepare snack which
tastes delicious. Sardines flavoured with tartare or horseradish sauce and a zing of citrus
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|1 tin of sardines
|¾ level tablespoon
of tartare sauce
|Handful of parsley, finely chopped
|Salt and pepper to taste
: 5 minutes
COOKING TIME: None
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy
SERVINGS: 2 snack portions
: None needed
COOK'S NOTES FOR SARDINES ON TOAST
Sardines on toast is a very cheap and nutritious light meal but that's no use
if it doesn't taste good. We believe our recipe gives the tastiest version of
sardines on toast. This apparently simple recipe can be changed very easily to
suit your particular taste buds and the ingredients you have available.
Sardines are a "must" for this recipes but remember that pilchards are
simply large sardines and will do equally well. Mackerel is also very
similar to sardines and can be substituted for them. The major ingredient we
suggest mixing in with the sardines is tartare sauce, frequently used with
other types of fish. If you have no tartare sauce then a mixture of half and
half of horseradish sauce and mayonnaise is an excellent substitute.
Finally to the toast, any bread, white or brown, will do just fine. We
use crisp bread slices instead of toast.
Place all the ingredients in a bowl and mash them together with a fork until
it is a paste. Spread on the toast or crispbread and enjoy!
ABOUT SARDINESA word about sardines and pilchards. They are in fact the
same fish but generally sardines are young and smaller versions of the
pilchard. Sardines tend to have a milder flavour and are thought to be
superior in flavour and texture. We bought a "job lot" of canned sardines
(see right picture) in Pont Aven, Brittany. A delicious treat only bettered
by fresh sardines.