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Alton Brown Sherried Sardine Toast Recipe SparkRecipes tip recipes.sparkpeople.com. Directions. Drain the oil from 1 tin of sardines into a small bowl and set aside. Drain the oil from the other tin into another small bowl and whisk in 1 tablespoon of parsley, vinegar, lemon zest, and black pepper, to taste.

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Drain the oil from one tin of sardines into a small bowl and set aside. Drain the oil from the other tin into another small bowl and whisk in 1 tablespoon of parsley, the sherry vinegar, lemon …

Rating: 4.8/5(18)
Category: Appetizers
Servings: 4
Estimated Reading Time: 1 min
1. Drain the oil from one tin of sardines into a small bowl and set aside. Drain the oil from the other tin into another small bowl and whisk in 1 tablespoon of parsley, the sherry vinegar, lemon zest, and black pepper, to taste. Add the sardines, stir to combine and set aside for up to 1 hour.
2. After 45 minutes, place a rack 3 inches from the broiler and heat the broiler to high. Brush each slice of bread on one side with the reserved oil. Put the bread, oil side up, onto a cooling rack set inside a half sheet pan and broil until golden brown and crisp, 2 to 3 minutes.
3. Halve the avocado and remove the pit. Smash the flesh in each half with a fork.
4. Spread the avocado evenly onto the toasted bread. Top evenly with the sardines. Pour any remaining dressing on top and garnish with the remaining parsley. Season lightly with sea salt and serve with lemon wedges.

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Sardines in Spicy Tomato Sauce from 'The Adobo Road Cookbook'. Alton Brown's Sardine-Avocado Sandwiches Recipe. Easiest Summer Ever: Charred Broccoli and Sardine Salad. Canned Sardine Banh Mi Recipe. Andrea Nguyen's Chilled Tofu with Crunchy Baby Sardines. Alton Brown's Sardine-Avocado Sandwich Diet.

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In 2022, Food Network star Alton Brown lost 50 pounds in just nine months. Not one to eat bad-tasting diet foods, the chef credited his weight loss to eating large quantities of sardines. Although many people don’t care for these oily little sea creatures, Brown finds them tasty and enjoys their nutritional benefits.

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Sardines can be an acquired taste! Canned sardines need lots of brightness from acids such as from lemon juice or tomato sauce to meld their flavor. Acid transforms perceptions of fishiness into deliciousness and makes sardine lovers out of sardine avoiders in one bite! See my recipe below for how to do that.

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Canned sardines are combined with Thai red curry paste and coconut cream to make a super-quick, spicy-sweet fish curry! Serve over rice or toast. This recipe can be easily stretched to more servings by adding more canned sardines and stirring in baby spinach leaves for a boost of color.

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Sardine and Lemongrass Salad. Farideh Sadeghin. In Jasper White’s Summer Shack Cookbook, the New England chef describes sardines as “possibly the most full-flavored of all fish—either you

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Here are 14 delicious ways to enjoy a can of sardines any time of day. 1. Grill or fry them. Keep things simple: Grill or fry whole sardines, add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, and eat! 2. Pile a couple on toast or hearty crackers. Topped on toast or Wasa crackers, sardines make a simple, light meal. Add a spread of mustard, a squeeze of lemon

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Then take a look at some new canned sardine recipes for pizza, antipasto, and much more. There are multiple methods to enjoy canned sardines. You can broil, bake, grill, deep-fry, stir-fry, smoke, and steam them.

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The name “sardines” is said to originate from Sardinia, a Mediterranean island known for sardine fishing. The canning of sardines started around the early 18th century in Europe. Through the centuries, the popularity of canned sardines spread around the world. In the Philippines alone, there are several brands of sardines to choose from.

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Halve the avocado and remove the pit. Smoosh the flesh in each half with a fork. Spread this green goodness evenly onto the toasted bread, then top with a nice scoop of the sardine mixture. Pour any remaining sardine oil dressing on top and garnish with the remaining parsley. Season with sea salt and a nice big squeeze from the lemon wedges.

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Add the sardines, stir to combine and set aside for up to 1 hour. After 45 minutes, put a rack 3-inches from the broiler and heat the oven to the broiler setting on …

Author: Alton Brown
Steps: 5
Difficulty: Easy

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Marinated Anchovies with Bread and Butter. For a simple, just-the-right-amount-of-salty appetizer, doctor up a tin of anchovies. The acid, heat, and olive oil mellow the anchovies’ flavor, and

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Preheat the oven to 400°F. 2. Heat a tablespoon of olive oil in a small saucepan. Add the onion and garlic and cook over low heat for five minutes, stirring until softened. Stir in …

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First of all, for this delicious canned sardine recipe you need two cans of chili oil-infused sardines. Remove the sardines from the cans, reserving the oil and discarding the chili peppers. Add the sardines to a mixing bowl, along with two tablespoons of the reserved oil. Add the Old Bay seasoning, along with rest of the fish cake ingredients

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The ingredients really balance out the fishy flavor, and turn a can of sardines into a tasty, gourmet meal on-the-go. Pair with quinoa and a side of spinach (preferably sauteed in olive oil with lemon) for a complete lunch or dinner.

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Alton Brown’s Sardine Avocado Sandwich Although some people’s initial reaction to sardine and avocado in a sandwich may be one of mild disgust but since I am so use to creating fusion dishes so I can use up leftover ingredients from different recipes, when I heard this combo from my cousin Sylvia during a baby shower, I thought a

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  1. Eat sardines straight out of the can. You don’t need a complicated recipe to enjoy sardines! ...
  2. Top a salad with sardines. Sardines add another layer of flavor to any salad! ...
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There are multiple methods to enjoy canned sardines. You can broil, bake, grill, deep-fry, stir-fry, smoke, and steam them. To make sure that the canned variety stays fresh, you should always drain them (if the recipes specifies otherwise).

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How to make Homemade Spanish-style Sardines. Combine salt and water. Soak cleaned fish for 10 to 15 minutes and drain. Arrange fish in a pressure cooker. Add the rest of the ingredients. The amount of liquid should be enough to cover the ingredients. Add more oil if necessary.

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