Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Louisiana Style Canned Sardines in the Market

Sardine in hot sauce

I, actually not consume fish or their relate products very much, eat them very rare. I just consume beef and chicken, but not every day.

There are a kind of “new product” by “great value” brand, sold in Walmart groceries across Louisiana state in recent days that are small canned sardines in the:

- hot sauce

- oil

- water


The price is quite cheap, the single canned sardines with size 3.75 oz (106 gram) cost 0.88 cents.

Spicy hot sauce is Louisiana style flavor. In my opinion, the sardines are fresh even compared to other well known brands. Very good to add to:

- pasta

- salads

- sandwiches


Sardines look fresh in the can

From label, the ingredients are following:

- Maltodextrin

- Acetic acid

- Salt

- paprika

- modified cornstarch

- spices

- Xanthan gum

- Polysorbate 80

- Caramel color

- Tricalcium phosphate


It is said that sardines are wild caught, and highly “sources of omega-3 fatty acids.” Hence good for:

- lower blood pressure

- healthy health


Do you like sardines? What brands of your favorite?

62 comments:

  1. I do like sardines, I must make some!

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  2. Hi, Evi! I buy canned cardines time from time! Have a good week!

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  3. I love sardines, but prefer them in their own juice. They are good for you.

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  4. kak evi...menu mingguan kita sama...nita juga baru beli 2 kaleng sardine tapi yang merek indonesia punya...ada taste baladonya pula...whoaaa tak sabar nita ingin memasaknya 😍

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  5. Molto interessante questo articolo...
    Buongiorno,silvia

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  6. It sounds so interesting, I've never tried this

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  7. I like it, they are very healthy if they go in olive oil

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  8. Fish is so healthy but never ate it before and now being a vegetarian I don't eat it anyway! Hope you are well Evi :-D

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  9. I really don't like fish!
    But I eat because I have to!
    Hugs!

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  10. I love canned sardines. These look very appetizing.

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  11. I am not eating canned sardines but I eat fishes only occasionally ( I don't eat any other meat at all)

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  12. I love sardines in oil. Besides them, I also eat tuna and cod in oil. Your sardines look very tasty.
    Hugs and greetings.

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  13. I've always liked sardines. When I was a kid, I'd get them in my Christmas stocking!

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  14. I love sardines, Evi, and all fish or shellfish, and I eat them with salads, rice dishes, pasta, whatever... fed up with meat like a good Argentine from the pampas who consumed it too much since childhood.

    Giant hugs and more than huge...

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  15. Hi, Evi. Oh, this food is vey popular in Russia. I extremely seldom eat sardines especially with tomato sauce, but when I was younger I ate them more often.

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  16. I like sardines ... yours look tempting.

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  17. I buy canned sardines of the hot sauce type. I usually make a veggie salad and mix it with them.The result is both tasty and healthy.

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  18. Gracias por la recomendación aunque no me gustan mucho las sardinas. Te mando un beso

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  19. Mbak Evi, menggiurkan sekali fotonya, padahal aku nggak doyan sarden sama sekali, entah kenapa, padahal kalau suami lg manasin sarden aromanya enak banget, tp aku tetep ga tertarik hihihi

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  20. Oh I love Sardines! Portugal is de sardines country!! Here we eat a lot!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  21. I like fish very much. I usually eat it fresh is sushi or cook it from fresh or frozen. On rare occasions when I cook certain pasta dishes I use cand of tuna or sardines.

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  22. I like fish, but eat it rarely
    however, I do not like sardines
    greetings

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  23. El pescado me encanta y las sardinas también, en España son buenísimas. Besos.

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  24. No me gustan las sardinas amiga. Saludos a la distancia.

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  25. Uma excelente ideia.
    Na minha região a industria de fazer conservas de peixe é histórica
    Saudações

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  26. I lke canned fish but have only tried salmon and tuna.

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  27. oh wow that really looks fresh. ours are different here

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  28. I don't eat seafood at all so these are definitely not my kind of food, haha! :)

    Hope that you are having a good weekend!

    Away From Blue

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  29. Your sardines look apetizing. I like sardines, but mackerel the most.
    Have a nice weekend, Evi!

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  30. Seafoods are always healthy and tasty. Thank you for sharing. I will try this recipe with Anchovy.

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  31. I'm not really a fan of seafood, but reading this reminded me of granddaddy. He loved sardines.

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  32. I rarely eat canned fish. But if I want, sometimes I buy. The sardines you buy from this Lusiana product look good quality. The fish is still fresh. Looks good for sandwich and spaghetti filling.
    The most popular brands of sardines in my country are King's and ABC.
    Thanks for sharing
    Have a nice weekend
    Regards

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  33. I haven't had sardines in a can in ages but i quite like them, specially in salads :D
    kisses!

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  34. We do eat sardines and onions in a teriyaki style sauce which we like. We do eat quite a bit of fish... or try to anyway.

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  35. Parece delicioso e bom para a saúde.Obrigado. Thanks.Good week.

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  36. Mi piacciono molto le sardine, perfette per preparare sughetti per la pasta!!!

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  37. Great post :)
    „Zapraszam także do siebie na nowy post - KLIK

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  38. Hola Evi,muchas gracias por pasar por mi blog y dejarme un comentario así te he podido conocer, me encanta tu blog.
    las sardinas me parecen muy ricas,un beso.

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  39. I love sardines. It's really delicious! :)

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  40. Me gusta meter pescado en mi menú, lo alterno con la carne y con los guisos propios de mi zona.

    En cuanto a las sardinas, como más me gustán son asadas. en la costa de Málaga las preparan muy bien y da fusto tomarla en los bares de la playa.

    Besos

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  41. Hola, Evi. Aquí en España podemos decir, que en nuestras costa se pescan las mejores sardinas del mundo, se suelen comer mucho recién pescadas, y asadas que están muy buenas y gustan tanto a los españoles como a los turistas que nos visitan.
    En cuanto a las enlatadas, que en mi casa nunca faltan, también se consumen mucho, de hecho te voy a decir los ingredientes que llevan, copiados de unas latas que tengo en casa:

    SARDINAS EN ACEITE.
    - Sardinas.
    - Aceite de oliva.
    - Sal.

    SARDINAS EN TOMATE.
    - Sardinas.
    - Tomate.
    - Aceite.
    - Sal y cebolla.

    SARDINAS PICANTES.
    - Sardinas.
    - Aceite.
    - Sal.
    - Guindilla.

    Como verás son todos ingredientes naturales, así que si algún día ves por ahí latas de sardinas españolas por ahí, no dudes en comprarlas y ya me contarás.
    Una entrada muy bonita.
    un fuerte abrazo, amiga Evi.

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  42. Thanks for the comment, greetings.

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  43. i never try this
    http://retromaggie.blogspot.com/

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  44. Agak berbeda bentuk kaleng sarden di Louisiana dengan di Indonesia ya, kalo disini biasanya bentuknya bulat, kalo disana segi empat seperti kaleng Khong Guan.😄

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  45. I love fish so I would be willing to try these canned sardines given the change.

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