Thursday, October 22, 2009

WAITROSE SARDINE PICCANTI ON SLICED BAGUETTE.

For our Sunday afternoon tea time, my wife made some "finger food" for snack out of a can of Waitrose Sardine Piccanti and half a French baguette with some red Cherry tomatoes and a big onion.


Waltrose Sardine Piccanti (120g) is Sardine fillets in Olive oil (27%) with hot Chilli, Sea Salt and Pepper-Rm9/

French Baguette-cut into 1 inch thick slices and oven toasted for awhile for crispiness-Rm1.50/

Separate the sardine fillet into halves.

Coarsely diced one big Onion and six red Cherry Tomatoes.

Placed the diced Onion and red Cherry Tomatoes on the toasted baguette-topped it with a piece of Sardine and drizzled with the Olive oil from the can.

The boneless Sardine meat was flaky and firm, just a wee bit spicy and together with those diced piquant red Cherry Tomatoes, pungent Onion and healthy Olive oil, it was a terrific and nutritious snack!

10 comments:

Tarts and Pies said...

Sardine from UK... looks far more healthier and delicious than those China products...

SimpleGirl said...

i always prefer tuna to sardine...but after reading ur post..mayb i should try this sardine

Duckie said...

wow interesting!!!

foodbin said...

Tarts and Pies-it is from Morocco.
SGirl-this is better than Tuna.
Duckie-you like it?

backStreetGluttons said...

that looks so European and just perfect for our needed snack ( backlane H2O )

thenomadGourmand said...

stupid Q i knw, but but...err.the taste how ah compared to our Ayam brand??

Margie said...

I always keep a tin of sardines in the pantry for a quick nutritious lunch. Your sardine piccanti looks better than my sardines on crackers. You had me at "baguette."

foodbin said...

backStreetGluttons-a good snack food.
thenomadGourmand-much, much better!
Margrie-welcome,thanks for dropping by.

My Taste Heaven said...

great post.
maybe i can try that out on this weekend =]
thanks for sharing

foodbin said...

My Taste Heaven-nice to know you like it!