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Sassy Sardine Salad Recipe

October 20, 2015

Sardines

If you want to get more Omega 3 fish oil (because who doesn’t) try my Sassy Sardine Salad.

Some people crinkle their nose when I recommend sardines but most people are pleasantly surprised by their yummy salty taste. The lemon, pepper flakes, and mustard are sure to make you smile.

Recipe for Sassy Sardine Salad

Sardine Salad Ingredients

1 can sardines packed in Olive Oil (this helps the taste)

2 tsp of prepared mustard

1 rib chopped celery

Juice of 1 lemon

red pepper flakes (optional)

For serving:

1 cucumber sliced (optional)

Drain sardine oil into a cup or bowl.

Combine all ingredients.  Don’t over mix, or the sardines will fall apart and become too mushy.  If your salad seems dry, add some of the olive oil from the sardine can.

 

Slice cucumber and dip into Sassy Sardine Salad.

 





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