Ferrigno La Bonne Mer Sardines à la Niçoise (w/ Peppers, Onions, Garlic)

$5.50

Sardines in a classic French sauce of peppers, onions, and garlic. With a just a pinch of chili pepper.

115g (4 oz) tin

In stock

Description

Ingredients: Sardines (Sardina pilchardus) 70%, extra virgin olive oil, peppers 5%, onions, garlic, salt, chili pepper 0.5%.

Reviews

  1. Hream McDan (verified owner)

    Very similar to the Sardines à la Pissaladière, but with upgraded flavor and even some mild-but-existing backend heat. This tin is a perfect representation of what I have come to expect out of these Ferrigno artwork tins … above average sardine quality, noticeable flavors that actually match what they claim (not to be taken for granted), plus tons of little bits under the fish to allow you to add plenty to every bite.

    Absolutely loved the flavor profile here, easy to eat from the tin at room temp. Firm but not too firm, good moisture on the sardines. Maybe could have added a pinch of salt but definitely no need to add sauce or anything else. I could see this being spectacular when slightly warmed up with crusty bread, but in all reality, I will likely continue to eat it as-is because it’s that good by itself. An absolute winner here and certainly in the top 3 of the Ferrigno tins that I’ve tried. Try this!

  2. Greg L (verified owner)

    This is a tin of decent-to-great sardines with phenomenal extras. When I opened the tin, it smelled very strongly of sweet peppers and garlic. I knew I’d love it as soon as I smelled it. The tin had 4 large sardines, skin intact and fishes whole. Each extracted from the tin without breaking and underneath there was a sizable helping of peppers, onions, and garlic. Enough to cover the sardines almost entirely. The flavor and texture of the sardines were simply “good”. I’ve had many better sardines, but wasn’t disappointed with these. A little more than medium firmness, flaky texture, but not necessarily dry. The flavor of the fish was quite mild, but the toppings more than made up for it. The oil and toppings had a bright, fresh flavor. The toppings elevated the tin from merely good to great. The Ferrigno artwork tins have generally been really good (I love their liver and sausage tin), and this is no exception. This is definitely a tin worth trying.

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