Sardines are the cleanest and one of the most economical sources of brain boosting Omega 3 Fatty Acids. If you are wondering how to use sardines in a recipe. Your quest stops right here. Make sure you stock up on these Canned Sardines So you can try all the quick fixings I am about to share.
Also that ensures never run out of the brain boosting Omega 3 Fatty Acids. Omega 3s in Wild Salmon are great for you as well if you are able to find some.
How to use Sardines in a Recipe?
1. Sardines over an Ezekiel Bread Toast and some hot sauce.
2. Sardines with roasted vegetables.
3 Sardines mixed in any Salad, when you do not have other form of Protein handy. I mean, you can always open a can. Can't you?
4. Sardines in a healthy whole grain wrap such as these Angelic Bakehouse Garden Wraps.
Recipe to mix and match a Sardine Salad
I am not specifying the quantity and serving sizes. But as a rule of thumb one 4.4 oz. can of sardines is just right for one meal. add other ingredients in the quantity you would eat (or save for later).
Mix Watercress, Fresh Spinach, Arugula, or Other kinds of Mixed Greens. Mint, Basil and similar herbs would be perfect too.
Add some chopped apples, berries, and clementine.
Add chopped Onion, Avocados and Olives.
Drain the oil from the can and either use whole Sardine or chop them, however you like to eat yours.
Top with some pecans or walnuts, and a sprinkle of Chia seeds.
A lemon-salt-pepper-olive oil dressing drizzled over this makes it a perfect salad for any season
Nuts, Sardines, Avocados, Blueberries are all great food for your brain, especially if you have to use your brain a lot to live your day to day life!
According to this study, eating sardines every day improved the gut microbiota as well as cardio vascular health of the study participants. I would still not eat it every day, but once or twice a week is perfect for getting your heart and brain health in order.
Up we go, Away we glide.
Around the world we sweep.
Swirling currents, rising tide.
Cheek to cheek, again we will ride.
The cross roads of the deep.
~ An excerpt from the Hotel Deep - Light Verse From the Dark Water by Kurt Cyrus. Story of a sardine losing and then finding her way to its school