Invigorate your senses with sensational sardines. Seasoned with tomato, white pepper, and piri-piri—ingredients pair swimmingly in this zesty recipe. Love at first bite!A slightly spicier version of classic sardine pâté, this piquant purée is a tangy temptation. Add a hint of lemon to mellow the mood.Although named after the Italian island of Sardinia, the sardine—-sardinha—is iconic in Portugal. Abundant in Portuguese waters; it has been fished and dished for thousands of years. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins B12 and D, calcium, minerals, and protein, this seafood is healthy food.Pairing: rosé wines, vinho Espumante, pale ales, citrus cocktails, e.g. Hemingway daiquiri, moscatelServing: enjoy with Portuguese cottage cheese and crostini; serve with sliced, boiled potatoes; pair with cruditésRegion: PortugalIngredients: sardine, olive oil, tomato, spices (vinegar, red peppers, piri-piri), salt
Store at ambient temperature until opened, sealed and refrigerated up to two days after opening. Traditional Portuguese method production (pre-cooked).