This is REAL food! I started making this recipe about 2 weeks ago -- it's fantastic. High in omega 3 good protein lots of fiber antioxidants. This is the perfect food. Pros: Fast Easy Cheap Cons: Too gooddd
This is fantastic! I made it earlier in the morning at home and carried it as packed lunch to the office.I threw in the canned sardines in the mix just before eating so they retain their taste and not turn everything into a soggy mess.Although i omitted the cheese the addition of blackbeans and pigeon peas added an extra rich taste and feeling of satiety!
Mind those fish And the bones in fresh sardines are much to large to follow the advice of eating the bones. Yes you can eat the bones of canned sardines. But if indeed Greeks make a salad like this would they use canned sardines? I think not. So how about a Greek recipe for fresh sardines? Pros: Probably pretty good if you use canned sardines as in the recipe. Cons: If you buy fresh sardines and cook them they are simply too big and too strong for this salad.
Quick to make and enjoy. Been looking for a way to enjoy sardines besides just out of the can. This works just fine. Didn't have feta so used parm/regio instead. I used a can of sardines per serving instead of splitting them up cause I love sardines. Pros: Refreshing salad.
As a novice sardine-eater I can say this salad was actually pretty yummy! As mentioned the strong flavors of Greek salad mellowed out the pungent sardines. I put left-overs of this salad on whole wheat couscous for a well-rounded lunch or dinner. I just those cute little bones weren't so good for me!
I love sardines and have eaten them whenever I think about it. Looking forward to making this Greek salad very soon. Thanks for the good news about sardines as I never knew they were so good for you. Sam Stephens Lexington KY
Can't wait to try this. I have been searching for healthy recipes...what I found before this was overwhelming information or confusing or had ingredients that were unavailable or out of my budget range. I am so excited about all the options for my new found desire to eat healthier than I have in 50yrs. Now I am overwhelmed by the choices I have. Thanks!
My family loved it. It makes a great light dinner during the summer months. It also makes a nice side salad without the sardines. The refreshing lemony vinaigrette dressing was so easy to make and really went nicely with the feta red onion and olives. Anonymous
I completely enjoyed this salad. I wanted to begin eating sardines for their health benefits but I have always been a bit "scared" of sardines. This is a great introduction to sardines. I enjoyed this and will certainly make it again!
Flavorful and Versatle Recipe When this recipe came out in the June issue I made it right away and we just love it! The dressing is simple to make and full of flavor. The sardines add a wonderful health benefit. I've made this salad consistently since we found the recipe and have made some adjustments. When making it for a large potluck (usually for work) I bulk up the salad with lettuce double the dressing recipe and omit the sardines. It has been a huge hit with my co workers. At home I make it both with and without the sardines depending on our mood. It has become one of our go to recipes in our home!
Great Salad! I made this salad for lunch today in about 15 minutes. It was delicious! If you have an aversion to sardines I promise these are actually good! This is a great summer salad if you have a garden. I highly recommend it. Pros: Fast delicious & healthy