The sardine (Sardina pilchardus) is a small fish from the herring family. About twenty centimeters long, it is silver in color with bluish reflections. The sardine lives off the coast in compact schools.
In addition to being rich in omega 3 and vitamins, sardines are a delicious dish. It is generally prepared grilled on the barbecue with fine herbs. Sardines are also divine in fish soup, stuffed or cooked in foil.
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Nutritional values (100g):
Calories: 162 kcal, proteins: 20 g, lipids: 9 g including saturated fatty acids: 2.6g.
Fishing zone: Fished in the North-East Atlantic FAO 27-8
Fishing method: Bolinche or Trawl
Net weight: 500g - around 7 to 10 pieces