Pasta de Sardine Recipe
A great pasta dish for those who like seafood with their pasta. This dish is not only fast and easy to prepare, it is delicious and it is of regional Spanish-Italian authenticity. Red wine or beer is the beverage of choice.
This recipe is amazing, definitely one of my new favorites. Keep in mind I love the more pungent fishes: sardines, andchovies, tuna, etc..
Very nice! I used sardines in olive oil and added canned tomatoes. I also was lucky enough to have kalamata olives on hand, which really made the dish a 10!
I'm a working mom. and in my quest to find the best easy-to-cook recipes - this was... WOW!!! So simple (and let's not forget cheap!!). At first I felt that the garlic didn't quite fuse in well.. so i added a few dashes of garlic salt - YUMMY!!! this is definitely on my to-prep-again list!
Simple and fast to make, this pasta dish celebrates its Italian heritage with a topping that combines olive oil, garlic, canned sardines, parsley, bread crumbs, and grated Parmesan cheese.
This was very good. I used the sardines in tomato sauce but there really was hardly even a sauce so expect an olive oily type sauce. I had to add a bit of the pasta cooking water to sauce it a bit more. I also added some parsley from the garden. Reminds me of tuna puttanesca. Served with a caesar salad with homemade croutons and it was the perfect side.
This Sicilian classic is made with fresh fennel, saffron, pine nuts, golden raisins, and oil-packed sardines on bucatini or thick spaghetti.
Sardines, fennel, and pine nuts mingle in the sauce of this traditional Sicilian pasta, topped with garlic and olive oil-infused bread crumbs.