Portuguese Sardines in Tomato with Chilli Pepper
For those who enjoy canned sardines, but like to vary the way they consume them, Ramirez also recommends its sardines in spicy tomato sauce, which, besides stimulating the palate, play an important role in the immune system. Sardine is the fish of reference of the Mediterranean diet and is advised by nutritionists worldwide due mainly to its high content of Omega 3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of heart attack, controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood. The tomato is a source of several vitamins, such as C, which gives it antioxidant properties, as well as lycopene, also an antioxidant and with a cardioprotective effect.
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Nutritional properties per 100 g of drained weight:Energy: 181 Kcal (755 kJ)Fats: 11 g, of which,- Saturated: 2.7 g - Polyunsaturated: 5.5 gCarbohydrates: 1.0 g, of which,- Sugars: 0.9 gProteins: 19 gSalt: 0.70 gOmega 3: 4.7 gIngredients: Sardines (fish) (65%), water, tomato (12%), soya oil, chilli (2%) and salt.Net weight: 125 gStorage conditions: After opening, keep 1 day in the cold, in appropriate container