Personal Sardine Pizza

13 Mar 2012

Personal Sardine Pizza

Alright, I know that lots of people have a thing against sardines. Sardines always get a bad rep. But I assure you, they are great. Sardines are rich in all the nutrients you'd normally get eating any other fish, with the
 added bonus that sardines are low on contaminants such as mercury since they are low on the food chain! (A while back, that was the reason why I was reluctant to eat anything with tuna or any other fish. But I guess it's good in moderation)

So maybe I didn't convince you, but I really enjoyed this pizza. I just recently got a toaster oven, and I wanted to try it out on this. I used garlic naan bread and canned sardines that were in spicy tomato sauce so that I would have less ingredients (I didn't have to add any seasoning to this, it was great). Also, a plus to this meal is that it's super fast to make! It's so easy! Only 4 ingredients. What could be better? (My sister asked me the other day if I prefer meals with less ingredients or more. I honestly could not answer that question. I guess I prefer making the meals with less ingredients because then I don't have to look around for different things, but eating? I'm not sure...)

What you'll need:

-1 garlic naan bread
-2 sardines
-1 cup grated cheese
-1 tomato


    1.   Preheat toaster oven to 350˚F (or regular oven to 375˚F)
    2.   Cut the tomato into 4 thin slices. Cut each sardine in half lengthwise.
    3.   Assemble the pizza, and bake in the oven for around 5 minutes.

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  1. I actually love sardines and it is amazing how it's take for granted because there are many ways to fancy it up! I would eat this anytime!

  2. I've got to try this. It looks excellent.

    You're right about smaller fish being good for you. We eat lots of herring and sardines at home.


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