Friday, June 22, 2018

How I Got my Girls Hooked on Eating Fish with San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines


What a fishy tale indeed!

I’ve always loved eating fish. Sadly, I can’t say the same thing for my three daughters. When they were young, my kids wouldn’t touch their food if it had fish in it. I remember having to chase them around the house just to get them to eat.

As they grew older, my kids still showed no interest in fish. That is, until I introduced them to San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines, which I served for breakfast one day mixed with fried rice. My kids were immediately taken in by the dish’s tempting aroma. They loved the spicy and garlicky taste of the fried rice (all of us in the family love spicy food). And now they can’t get enough of San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines.

My kids and I love that the fish San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines uses has a firm texture and is not flaky like other Spanish sardines. San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines is also bursting with flavors, which is a result of combining traditional family recipes with high-quality ingredients.

Cooking with San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines for my kids is such a joy. I have so many recipes on how to incorporate it into our favorite dishes. For now, though, let me share with you my recipe for making Spanish Sardines fried rice—the dish that finally converted my kids to eating fish. I first fry onions and garlic, add in San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines, and let it cook for about two minutes. I then add chopped vegetables into the mix to add some crunch before finally adding cooked rice.


Recipe:

Spanish Sardines Fried Rice

Ingredients:

1 jar or San Marino Premium Spanish Sardines
3 cups of cooked rice
2 tbsp olive oil or sunflower oil
2 tsp. minced garlic
2 tbsp. chopped onions
2 chopped tomatoes
1/4 chopped spring onions

Procedure:

1. Heat a a pan. Saute onions and then the garlic. 
2. Dump in the sardines and cook for 2 minutes.
3. Put all the rice and mix continually.
4. When the rice is completely mixed with the oil of the sardines, season with salt and pepper.
5. Turn of the heat and add the tomatoes and spring onions.
6. Serve immediately.

Variations: You can add chopped scrambled eggs or capers and chopped olives, or chopped bok choy.


Don't you think how easy this dish is?  Plus, my kids don’t have to settle for a breakfast that they don’t like. It’s such a win-win scenario!

For more recipes on how to cook easy but amazing fish dishes, you can visit www.facebook.com/SanMarinoCornedTuna/.

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  2. try ko nga din 2 . thank you sa recipe ๐Ÿ’•

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