The name "sardine" refers to several types of small, oily fish in the herring family. If you're trying to fit sardines into your diet for omega-3s and protein, their high oil content makes them a great choice for the grill or the broiler! Wild-caught sardines from the Pacific are the most ocean-friendly choice. Try out Martha Stewart's recipe for broiled fresh sardines below, with her recommendation of a dry white wine like an Aligote.
- 8-10 sardines (about 8 inches long)
- 2 lemons
- rustic bread
1. Broil 8-10 sardines for 2 to 3 minutes.
2. Serve with lemon, rustic bread, and wine if desired.
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