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Skillet Sardines with Fennel, Currant and Pine Nut S...

There is a special place in my heart for this recipe. It started with an idea: could I transport an eater to the Mediterranean with just ...

by Becky Selengut


Grilled Sardines

These came in especially handy for Gwyneth when our table was covered with plates of all kinds of pork. It’s important to keep everyone h...

by Mario Batali


Fresh Sardines with Garlic and Parsley

One of the Basques’ favorite ways to treat just-caught anchovies is to butterfly them, then gently cook them in fragrant olive oil that,...

by Anya von Bremzen


Sardines with Tomato, Sweet Onion, and Grana Padana

Sardines have a more assertive fish flavor than canned tuna, which I love, especially in combination with sweet onion and tomato. Grana P...

by Daniel Leader and Lauren Chattman


Mediterranean-style Grilled Sardines

Popular in coastal regions all over southern Europe, this is the way to enjoy these oily fish at their very best

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Rice with Sardines

The humble sardine can be sublime, as this dish demonstrates. It’s best when the fish are running. In Spain their peak falls de Virgen a...

by Jeff Koehler


Crostini with Salted European-Style Butter, Smoked S...

In the midst of trying a bunch of Spanish products for this book, I tasted canned sardines for the first time. I liked them so much I kne...

by Nancy Silverton


Stuffed Sardines in Grape Leaves

Fresh sardines are full of flavor, and this easy rice and herb stuffing soaks up the tasty juices from the fish

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Wasabi Salmon with Miso-Sesame Sauce

On a recent trip to Japan, a neighborhood restaurant served me pan-fried sardines with miso-sesame sauce, garnished with cherry blossoms....

by Ying Chang Compestine


Sizzling Omega-3 Salad

If you’re getting a little tired of eating sardines all the time for their high omega-3 fatty acids, here’s a very appealing alternative....

by Fran McCullough


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