What is rillettes de sardines?

What is rillettes de sardines?

If you are unfamiliar with the French term “rillette”, it is basically a pâté, often made with pork that has been cooked slowly in fat and shredded. One of the things I love about these sardine rillettes is that the thinly sliced green onions sort of mimic the texture of pulled pork.

Which crackers go best with sardines?


  • 4 whole-grain Scandinavian-style crackers, such as Wasa, Ry Krisp, Ryvita, Kavli.
  • 8-12 canned sardines, preferably packed in olive oil.
  • 4 lemon wedges.

Are sardines and crackers healthy?

Sardines provide 2 grams of heart-healthy omega-3s per 3 ounce serving, which is one of the highest levels of omega-3 and the lowest levels of mercury of any fish. They contain a great source of calcium and Vitamin D, so they support bone health, too. For a quick snack, serve sardines on whole grain crackers.

What cheese goes with sardines?


  • 4 ounces sharp cheddar cheese or Gouda.
  • 8 ounces Brie cheese.
  • 4 ounces blue cheese.

Can you lose weight with sardines?

The silvery sardine is no silver bullet in weight loss, but they are an excellent protein source to include in your diet. With no carbs and relatively few calories, sardines already make a compelling case as a protein source.

How do you make sardines taste better?

Sprinkle with salt, freshly ground pepper, and lemon or vinegar. If, however, you find that fresh sardines are still too fishy for your taste, consider a simple marinade. I use ginger to combat the fishiness, a little wine for depth, soy sauce, and a dash of salt and sugar.

How do you eat sardines as a snack?


  1. Straight out of the can.
  2. On a cracker.
  3. Add mustard to that cracker.
  4. Mix it with mayo, salt & pepper…
  5. Saute in oil, garlic, onions, and tomato with a bit of lemon juice, salt, and pepper.
  6. Toss a few in a salad.
  7. Put a few in a pasta dish.
  8. And of course, straight out of the can.

Can I eat sardines every day?

So is it bad to eat sardines every day? It’s best to stick to eating sardines about twice a week rather than every day. The American Heart Association warns that high cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease, heart attack and stroke.

What happens if you eat sardines every day?

Like eating 5 cans of sardines every day. One serving of sardines contains 17 grams of protein, half the recommended daily amount of calcium… and are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a substance that can lower bllood pressure, lower cholesterol, and increase the production of red blood cells.

Are sardines better than tuna?

Sardines have a richer and more versatile mineral profile compared to tuna. Sardine is richer in phosphorus, zinc, copper, calcium, and iron. In addition to that, sardine has higher amounts of sodium than tuna. On the other hand, tuna is richer in magnesium and has a lower sodium content.

What fish is sardines in Philippines?

Sardinella tawilis (the freshwater sardinella, freshwater herring, bombon sardine or freshwater sardine) is a freshwater sardine found exclusively in the Philippines. It is the only member of the genus Sardinella known to exist entirely in fresh water. Locally, they are known in Filipino as tawilis.

Comment se réconcilier avec les sardines?

Pour se réconcilier avec les sardines et passer un bon moment pour l’apéritif, essayez cette recette de rillettes de sardines au citron. Cette recette extrêment simple est très rapide à réaliser.

Comment préparer vos sardines?

Mixez, les herbes, l’ail, les cornichons et les câpres. 3. Dans un saladier écrasez vos sardines, avec le yaourt et la garniture aromatique. 4. Assaisonnez avec le jus de citron le sel et le poivre. 5. Réservez au frais au moins deux heures avant de servir.

Comment mélanger les sardines à la fourchette?

2 Mélanger le fromage frais, la coriandre ciselée, les échalotes, les câpres, une pincée de piment d’espelette et le jus de citron. Saler. 3 Ajouter les sardines et les incorporer à la fourchette (il doit rester des petits morceaux).

Comment utiliser des sardines de qualité?

N’hésitez pas à utiliser des sardines de qualité : La Perle des Dieux par exemple. Sortez les sardines de la conserve, égouttez-les, ouvrez-les en deux et retirez l’arrête centrale. Dans un bol, écrasez à la fourchette les sardines. Ajoutez le fromage. Epluchez et hachez l’échalote avec le persil ou la ciboulette.