Sardine Fish Thai Canned Quick and Easy Recipes

Sardine fish Thai canned comes in wide variety of styles including sardine in tomato sauce with extra Asian seasonings such as spicy chili herbs. Thailand is a part of the leading market for sardine distributors, that’s why it is easy to find canned sardine made in Thai according to your taste and like. Canned sardine is a cheap and excellent source for healthy nutrition and they can be eaten alone or you can cook them with other ingredients to make various Thailand dishes with delicious taste. Find out some simple and quick sardine fish Thai recipes here and try them at home!

Sardine fish Thai canned easy and quick recipes
For the first sardine fish Thai canned recipe which is sardine Thai salad you just need to spend time about ten minutes for preparation and cooking time, so it is really quick and simple recipe which is good for breakfast when you do not have much time to prepare your meal. First, you need to prepare these ingredients before start to cook with canned sardine fish Thai product.
1.      Spicy sardine fish Thailand Salad
-          1 can of sardine fish Thailand (make sure that you use sardine in tomato sauce)
-          2 chopped lemongrass
-          2 tablespoon of fish sauce
-          ½ cup of mint leaves
-          2 sliced shallots
-          1 chopped spring onion
-          2 ½ tablespoon of lemon juice
-          2 sliced red chilies
1.      After you are done preparing all the ingredients, then take a sardine fish Thai canned in tomato sauce and pour everything inside the cans on the sauce pan. Heat the sardine for awhile or just 2 to 3 minutes.
2.      Prepare a mixing bowl, remove the sauce pan and wait until it cool down before you pour the sardine into the mixing bowl.
3.      Add these ingredients: sliced shallots, chopped spring onion, chopped lemongrass, red chilies, lemon juice, and fish sauce. Mix the ingredients together.
4.      Add ½ cup of mint leaves and then you can serve the salad while enjoying them with your family!
To make the sardine fish Thai canned factory product recipe even better, you can serve it with steamed rice, sliced cucumber, and simple omelets. The taste is very delicious since the tomato sauce and the spiciness add strong plus unique flavor to the salad while the sardines is not too fishy as well.
2.      Thailand stir fry canned sardine
The second recipe is good for quick lunch, it is a recipe that you will adore and addicted. To prepare this recipe is very easy, simple, and quick. You just need to prepare these ingredients before start to cook the dish.
-          1 can of sardines in extra virgin olive oil (you do not need to drain off the olive oil)
-          100 ml of water
-          2 cloves garlic (sliced)
-          Sugar and fish sauce for extra flavor
-          2 red chilli padi (sliced)
-          3 stalks fresh Thailand basil leaves
-          Oil for frying
-          1 long brinjal (cut it into 2 inch batons)
-          1 tablespoon of corn flour mixed with 3 tablespoon of water (optional)
1.      Pre-heat oil in large or medium pan and then fry the brinjal until it cooked or until the color turn into golden brown. After you are done, use paper towel to pat and remove the excess oil.
2.      Pre-heat another pan and pour olive oil from the sardine fish Thai canned product. Heat the oil and then fry the chili padi and the garlic until they are smell nice or fragrant.
3.      Add the brinjal which you already cooked before plus sardine fish, and basil followed by the water. Pour the water bit by bit and then let them simmer for 3 minutes.
4.      To strengthen the flavor, add fish sauce and sugar according to your taste. If you like thicker sauce then you can also add 1 tablespoon of corn flour.
5.      Cook them and then remove the pan when you are done. The dish is ready to be served with steamed rice.
You can follow those two sardine fish Thai canned recipe with sardine in tomato sauce and sardine in olive oil. If you have another Thailand dish recipes then we are waiting for your sharing as well.

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