Sardines - whole

Sardines are fantastic for your heart, brain, immune system, nervous system and cleansing activity

Sardines - whole nutritional information
Low FODMAP:
Yes
Allergens:
Fish

Cooking tips

Sardines are easy to debone. Remove the head and innards. Turn the fish flesh-side down. Press down firmly with your thumb all the way along to the tail, flattening it down. Turn it skin side down and simply pull the backbone away from the flesh. Scrape away any remaining bones.

What are the health benefits of Sardines - whole?

Sardines are fantastic for your heart, brain, immune system, nervous system and cleansing activity. Sardines aren't just local; they're also sustainable, with the best ones coming from Cornwall. They are a very versatile fish and are becoming much more popular served fresh. In the UK we classify sardines as young pilchards (up to 15cm in length)

 
 

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Cooking method set to: Raw

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Portion size set to: 320 g