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Greek Salad with Sardines

May/June 2010

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The fresh, tangy elements of a Greek salad—tomato, cucumber, feta, olives and lemony vinaigrette—pair well with rich-tasting sardines. Look for sardines with skin and bones (which are edible) as they have more than four times the amount of calcium as skinless, boneless sardines. If you’re lucky enough to have fresh sardines available in your supermarket, try them in place of the canned sardines. Lightly dredge them in salt-and-pepper-seasoned flour and sauté them in a little olive oil.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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...
Greek Salad with Sardines Recipe

14 Reviews for Greek Salad with Sardines

04/28/2010
Anonymous

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

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04/28/2010
Anonymous

Its more like 2 carbs per serving, but still looks good. 15g= 1 serving carbs.

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04/22/2010
Anonymous

This was great, and so easy! I keep reading about how healthy sardines are, so I'm really pleased to see that Eatingwell is coming up with tasty recipes for them!

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04/14/2010
Anonymous

Since I'm a Vegetarian, I love to eat Seafood and Salads I welcome this recipe. Thanks!

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Anonymous wrote 27 weeks 5 days ago

Do you know what is a

Do you know what is a vegetarian? If you eat fish you are not true vegetarian

Anonymous wrote 2 years 8 weeks ago

LOL...pescatarian maybe....

LOL...pescatarian maybe....

 
holt_tony wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Umm, you know that seafood's such as sardines are meat right...

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