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
-1 cup grated cheese
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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