Hey guys! Today, I am sharing with you all this Spanish Sardines – HOMEMADE, SLOW COOKED AND RIDICULOUSLY EASY TO PREPARE. Pretty, much you just arrange the sardines in the slow cooker, add in the rest of the ingredients and you will have this fantastic tasting Spanish Sardines.
After following this Spanish Sardines Recipe – step by step, you will feel extremely proud of yourself, because aside from its superior taste, you can also save money. Gone is the day of ordering your sardines online, paying shipping and handling for those teeny tiny sardines portions. This recipe will yield about 10 servings and you can also to give them as present for any occasion.
What IS SPANISH STYLE SARDINES?
Spanish Style Sardines is a type of sardines is which the fish is slow cooked or pressured cooked to achieve a desired fish softness and it is cooked with oil and water with olive oil, bay leaves, pickles to give it a taste. The fish is too tender that you can eat the bone right of the bat.
What I Love About this Spanish Sardines:
- It is healthy.
- Gosh, the pickles’ and olives’ saltiness. I love it. It balances the pungent taste of the fish.
- Boy this is spicy and you know how I love a real heat, just like this Bicol Express. You can actually adjust the heat on this by adding just a few amount of chili peppers
SPANISH SARDINES HOMEMADE SLOW COOKED
- 3 kilos sardines Mackerel -when head and tail are removed, around 2 .5 kilos
- 2 sticks carrots
- 4.6 oz bottle garlic stuff green olives
- 10- 15 pieces dry bay leaves
- 1 cup Hamburger Dill Sliced Pickles you can add more because it is so good with more
- 1 clove garlic separated
- 1 tablespoons whole black peppercorn
- 1 tablespoon black peppercorn crushed
- 1 tablespoon salt
- 2 tablespoons fish sauce
- 2 cups olive oil
- Water add to the level of the arranged fish
- Arrange/Line fish in the bottom of the slow cooker
- add the carrots, garlic,bay leaves, pepper corn on top. Add the water to the level of the fish and add salt, olive oil and fish sauce.
- Slow cook on high for six hours using a ceramic based slow cooker. If using metal base, 2-3 hours is good enough.