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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Sarciado Sardines


Sarciadong Sardines sounds Spanish but this is what we named this food in our hometown. I prepare
- small can of sardines
- onion chopped
- garlic minced
- oil
- 1 tomato
    - 1 egg (beaten)
Procedure:
1. In the wok, heat the oil. Saute the onion first then when it is translucent put the garlic.
2. Pour the sardines into the sauteed onions and garlic, stir.
3. Pour the beaten egg, stir well.
4. Put the chopped tomatoes. Cover and turn off the heat.

You don't need to make the heat turn to high, just low or medium heat for this so as not to burn. Good with rice! Linking to FOOD FRIDAY





8 comments:

Umma said...

waah... kagutom man oi... dugay na ko wa katilaw ani manang Kim..thanks for the post.

Scriptor Senex said...

Sounds yummy. One I must try.

Luna Miranda said...

i have a cousin who cooks this every time di nya type ang ulam.:p
what i miss is spicy sardines with onions and kesong puti as palaman sa pandesal. mukhang mapapanaginipan ko pa! LOL

Sherry said...

Hi Kim! I love anything sarciado especially sarciado kamatis at itlog ;) Yum!

P.S. Regarding the question on my blog: Just click on the button that says "Join this site" and you will be given options on how to connect ;)

maiylah said...

oooh, a former housemate also used to cook something similar...she adds misua noodles and uses canned mackerel in brine (instead of sardines in tomato sauce). brings back memories of those good 'ol college days... :)

thank you so much for sharing this nostalgic recipe over at Food Friday, Manang Kim
happy weekend!

IMRIZ said...

rapsarap nyan sa tinapay!

salamat sa magandang komento ko isang site ko (about shopping deals^_^)

Gene said...

Made me curious where is your hometown Manang Kim. :D I love sardines but haven't tried it with egg like this. Usually it's scrambled egg with canned sardines, without the sauce. That's how my in-laws usually cook it. As for me, I love it with lots of garlic and some calamansi. :D

Visiting via Food Friday!

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dudut said...

this is a must try! thanks for sharing!

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