Filets der bretonischen Sardine mit Haut auf Eis und weißem Teller
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Schwanzflosse einer bretonischen Sardine vor weißem Hintergrund
Filets der bretonischen Sardine mit Haut auf Eis und weißem Teller
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Schwanzflosse einer bretonischen Sardine vor weißem Hintergrund

Breton sardine

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CHF 8.99*

CHF 5619 / kg

The Breton sardine is an absolute classic for gourmets and has a reputation for being a particularly fatty fish. In reality, sardines are relatively lean with just under 5% fat and are particularly characterized by their high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids and the important trace element iodine.

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Note: This item has a shortened best-before date & is best before 23.04.2024

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Product description

From a culinary point of view, the small, strong-tasting fish evoke holiday memories and, thanks to their excellent quality, make the hearts of gourmets beat faster. Whether fried in salt, pepper and flour, pickled raw or grilled – our Breton sardines are suitable for any preparation.

THIS IS HOW BRETONIAN SARDINES TASTES BEST

1. Defrost: Thaw the Breton sardine overnight in the refrigerator or at room temperature on the same day.

2. Fry: Briefly fry the Breton sardine on both sides in a dash of olive oil, garlic and a little thyme and serve immediately with a lemon.


3. Frying: Dredge the Breton sardines in flour, salt and pepper and fry in a pan with plenty of oil. Then marinate with a little lemon and serve slightly warm.

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We rely on the most modern processing and freezing methods to ensure unparalleled quality and practical handling. The Breton sardine is shock-frozen at -90°C using the cryogenic freezing process.

In the innovative cryogenic freezing process, the sardine is transported unpackaged into so-called shock tunnels using conveyor belts. Within these tunnels, refrigerants such as carbon dioxide (-78° C) or nitrogen (-196° C) are used, which are sprayed onto the raw Breton sardines using fine nozzles.

Perfect for:

Roasting

Frying

Snack Time

From a culinary point of view, the small, strong-tasting fish evoke holiday memories and, thanks to their excellent quality, make the hearts of gourmets beat faster. Whether fried in salt, pepper and flour, pickled raw or grilled – our Breton sardines are suitable for any preparation.

THIS IS HOW BRETONIAN SARDINES TASTES BEST

1. Defrost: Thaw the Breton sardine overnight in the refrigerator or at room temperature on the same day.

2. Fry: Briefly fry the Breton sardine on both sides in a dash of olive oil, garlic and a little thyme and serve immediately with a lemon.


3. Frying: Dredge the Breton sardines in flour, salt and pepper and fry in a pan with plenty of oil. Then marinate with a little lemon and serve slightly warm.

Honest-Catch-Bretonische-Sardine-tabmedia-1

We rely on the most modern processing and freezing methods to ensure unparalleled quality and practical handling. The Breton sardine is shock-frozen at -90°C using the cryogenic freezing process.

In the innovative cryogenic freezing process, the sardine is transported unpackaged into so-called shock tunnels using conveyor belts. Within these tunnels, refrigerants such as carbon dioxide (-78° C) or nitrogen (-196° C) are used, which are sprayed onto the raw Breton sardines using fine nozzles.

Perfect for:

Roasting

Frying

Snack Time

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Ingredients

Variants: 150 g

Ingredients : Sardine

Allergens : Fish

Defrosting instructions :

  • The optimal defrosting - for those who plan ahead: You can gently defrost this product in the refrigerator within 12 hours.
  • The quick version - for those who decide at short notice: If you are in a hurry, it is possible to defrost this product in a water bath within 1 hour. The water should be cold to lukewarm.

You can find out everything about our defrosting instructions here.

Storage & Shelf Life :

Store this product in the freezer at at least -18°C. We guarantee a best before date of 3 months after delivery. You can find the exact best-before date on the product label.

Nutritional table (per 100 g)

Calorific value (kJ/kcal) 683/163
Fat (g) 9.48
- of which saturated fatty acids (g) 2.4
Carbohydrates (g) 0
- of which sugar (g) 0
Protein (g) 19.5
Salt (g) 0.22

Origin

The sardines, with the Latin name Sardina pilchardus, are caught with ring wall nets in a fishery in the northeast Atlantic (FAO 27, IV).

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