I do risk assessment of chemicals and have worked with several women of childbearing age who want fish that is good tasting, relatively cheap, high in omegas, low in contaminants, and sustainable. Sardines are the best in all categories. I take this recipe, double the sardines, and fry and crumble them in a frying pan, to make them extra crispy and crumble size. They act more like a spice, a very tasty spice, than a big hunk of sardine. My college age kids and wife love this salad. Serve it chilled. Use cherry tomatoes if you don't have garden fresh.
Great flavor! Loved this recipe- felt very light and healthy! I omitted the sardines not a fan, and used shrimp instead- delicious!
This is a great recipe! I put ours on a bed of crisp lettuce.It looked nice and went perfectly with the rest of the dish.