Spanish Sardines with Rosemary and Capers

April 14, 2011 § Leave a comment

Many a busy weeknight I whip up something fast and furious and this is one of the recipes I go to. The fragrant rosemary leaves and the citrusy notes of capers bring this comfort food up a notch,

not to mention that Spanish sardines (particularly this brand) is an all-time favorite.  It’s fuss-free, just throw everything into the pan, and so versatile it can be served in various ways – over rice, pasta or as a sandwich.

What you need:

  • Bottled Spanish Sardines
  • Dried or fresh rosemary
  • Capers, roughly chopped
  • Button mushrooms, sliced

What you do:

  1. Saute the mushroom in a bit of oil from the sardines.
  2. Add capers, cook for a few minutes until capers has a bit of a crunch.
  3. Add the sardines, include oil and everything else.  Cook a few minutes more.  Serve over rice or pasta.
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