Sardinas at Spinach

Sardinas at Spinach
Sardinas at Spinach. We Pinoys love to cook our canned sardines with whatever vegetables that is available in the kitchen. Sardinas at spinach is another addition of some recipes of canned sardines with vegetables already in the archives.

Sardinas at Sayote
Sardinas at Pechay
Guinisang Sardinas
Sardinas at Sotanghon

Guinisang Sardinas with Spinach

Cooking method is basically the same, the canned sardines is sautéed with a lot of garlic and onion before adding the vegetables. The sauce is diluted with some water to make it more soupy for the reason that we want it to smear the soupy sauce to our steaming breakfast rice. Sardinas at spinach may not be a new recipe,  I am sure a lot of the readers have already at one time cooked sardines with spinach. Here is the recipe of my Sardinas at Spinach.

Ingredients:

Sardinas at Spinach Ingredients

2 small cans canned Ligo sardines in tomato sauce with chili
150 grams spinach leaves
1 medium size tomato, chopped
1 small size onion, sliced
1/2 head garlic, crushed, chopped
1-2 pieces long red or green chili sliced
salt
cooking oil

Cooking procedure:

Wash and drain the spinach and keep aside. In a wok or sauce pan, sauté garlic, onion and tomato. Add 1 cup of water let boil and simmer for a minute, add in the sardines and simmer for about 1 minute. Season with salt to taste, then add in the spinach and chili and continue to cook for another 3 to 5 minutes or until vegetables are just cooked. Serve hot.

4 comments:

Schizophrenic Mind said...

Parang Spanish Sardines lang or Fried Sardines na hot and spicy! my Fave!

Scribbles of a Lunatic Mind
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Anonymous said...

I like this post very much and enjoy it. The recipes are much pinoy!! I only got one question: ano'ng bang pangalan ng spinach sa Filipino or ano'ng pwede pamalit dito if it's not available?
Thanks.
riccmac
apr6/12Funponte randicti

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Anonymous said...

pwedeng dahon ng sili,malunggay or kang kong sarap kita ko ung packet coles lol sa amerika ba 'to?

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UT-Man said...

Yes any leafy veg. will do.

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