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Sardinhas albardadas (Battered sardines) A delicious alternative to the typical grilled sardines. Sardines coated with a batter of egg and flour, and fried with olive oil. Photo source:

Papas de milho com sardinhas (Corn porridge with sardines) Traditional portuguese dish that best combines the creamy texture of corn flour with the wonderful flavour of our sardines. Photo source:

Fried sardines with garlic, chilli and fresh herbs

Did you know that the trick for the perfect grilled sardines, besides the freshness of the fish, is the distance to the embers when grilling the fish? Sardines must be placed at a distance of 10 cm to the charcoal ashes. Photo source:

When buying sardines pay attention to the following characteristics that show its freshness: the eyes must be shiny, the gills must be red and moist, the smell should be soft and the meat elastic and not soft. Other 3 signs can show that sardines are good for consumption: a silvery blue colour, lot of scales and a light red spot on the sardine’s head (the lighter the spot the better the sardine is). Photo source: