In an effort to make all around better food choices, we have been eating more sustainable seafood. The tragedy of fishing our oceans is just too profound to start a post on tonight but one simple switch we have made is to eating …. sardines. Yes they get a bad rap sometimes but I have found that if you use the boneless skinless kind you can pretty much substitute them for canned tuna.
So in planning our meals this week I wanted to try a new recipe that was meant for sardines and not one that I had concocted myself. What I found was simple, cheap and tasty. The link to the original recipe is here Pasta de Sardine. The kids all ate it and so did the hubby. Little J even said during dinner, “I don’t like sardines, they are stinky, but I like tuna.” and kept on eating. I served the pasta with a side of steamed broccoli and the kids had a glass of Kilby’s milk. Dinner is done.
Be sure to avoid the mistake of purchasing sardines that are overfished. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch List says, “As a result of ineffective management and overfishing, consumers should “Avoid” Atlantic sardines from the Mediterranean. Instead, choose the relatively abundant and well-managed Pacific sardines from U.S. waters – a Seafood Watch “Best Choice.”
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