Sunday, 21 December 2014

Sardine Coleslaw recipe

Christmas is just a few days away, decorations are in place and the atmosphere already has a sweet aroma of Jollof / Fried rice & salad, fried chicken and baked goods hanging in the warm no-harmattan lasgidi air. Okay, let's focus cos i can feel myself starting to drift off into a food day dream. As i write this, i'm so hungry because i just woke up and my sense of smell always seems to intensify on an empty tummy. The one and only thing i crave for right now is a bowl of sardine coleslaw. Luckily, i've got some leftover salad in the fridge so i probably won't starve this morning. This is one of the healthiest salads to make and it's also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, thanks to the sardines packed in olive oil plus the creamy dressing which makes the taste simply mouthwatering.

Ingredients:::
• ¼ Medium Cabbage
• 1 medium sized Carrot
• ¼ Red onion
• ½ green bell pepper
• 2 Lettuce leaves
• 2 sardines
• Salad cream/ mayonnaise - as desired

Directions:::
Step 1: Scrape the back of the carrot, Remove the seeds from the green bell pepper, remove the onion skin. Wash the vegetables thoroughly with clean water.

Step 2: Grate the carrot, Chop the lettuce, cabbage, Onion, green pepper, Mash the Sardines with a fork. 

Step 3: Mix them all together and add your Cream Topping 

Step 4: Place in the refrigerator and Serve Chilled. 


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30 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:06 pm

    Yummmy!

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  2. Anonymous6:54 pm

    Nice and easy....I'm so adding this to my Christmas Menu!...thanks dobby for sharing...



    Abiola.

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    1. JULIET11:41 am

      Nice, i do this for Xmas

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    2. you're welcome. Do keep us posted.

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  3. Thank you D, I am soo doing this

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    1. you're welcome husayn :)

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  4. I LIKE THIS , TRYING IT OUT SOON, THANKS DOBBY

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    1. you're welcome onyi :)

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  5. Hi Dobby, Neva added sardines to my cole slaw or veg.salad. I'm definitely going to try it. Tnx alot

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    1. Do let me know how it goes quin :)

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  6. Comfort10:33 am

    Wow,@dobby,thanks for this..making this on Xmas day..this is my 1st time on your blog..a friend told me about it..u are really doing a great job..

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    1. Thank you comfort, glad to ave you here :)

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  7. Wow! I never knew that green ball pepper could be eaten raw.

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    1. lol! it sure can nikky :)

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  8. Nice coleslaw.

    Dobby I see your handiwork o! So sweet of you honey. I got a call from a lady who said she got my number from your blog and I was quite confused how? Now, I know how she got it. Thanks honey.

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    1. You're welcome matse :). please keep my rice and chicken o!

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  9. Anonymous5:20 pm

    Thanks dobby..looks yummy...I was wondering if you could share how ice cream is made for the holidays

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    1. Ok, That has been added to the list of recipes to be made.

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  10. Delicious to see the sardine coleslaw..Thanks for sharing the recipe and it is really useful

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  11. lindy9:25 am

    plz Dobby should i add the oil from the sardine?

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    1. yes you could, it's a matter of choice. The oil usually put in sardines is olive oil. Olive oil is good for you.

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  12. Anonymous6:27 pm

    Hi Dobby, you are a darling. Did this and my family and I enjoyed it. Doral.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it doral :)

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  13. Adeyinka4:14 pm

    why do i think i'd prefer this to Tuna salad... my saturday is looking healthy.. smoothie for breakfast, sardine salad for lunch and peppersoup for dinner.. Meanwhile we need a DIY mayonnaise recipe from you.. thanks;)

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