Canned fish traditionally isn’t the most well loved product. In modern times though the product is seeing something of a foodie renaissance across the world. Go check out your local import store or fancy online store – you’ll find plenty of handsomely priced canned fish: tuna through sardines.
This isn’t one of those fancy pants products. You’ll find a variety of Crown Prince products at most large grocery stores up and down the country. The price is normally great, there’s a large selection of styles, and crucially I’ve found the brand to always be reliable.
I’m a fan of this particular product because it’s so easy and quick to enjoy. As the sardines are already skinned and de-boned, you can open the can and dig right in.
Personally, I’m a huge lover of sardines, fresh to tinned – I love them all. A word of warning to those on the fence about fish; sardines are exceptionally strong flavor wise. They’re pungent, funky and packed with flavor. If that sounds like your type of thing, this product is definitely worth a look in.
I tend to enjoy mine in a sandwich, a different change of pace from the usual tuna sandwich. You’ll want to use some strong flavors to compete with the assertive fish. I typically use some Dijon mustard, red pepper flakes, diced red onion and iceberg lettuce. It’s a protein packed lunch that’s made all the more healthy here with the sardines packed in olive oil.
Crown Prince Skinless And Boneless Sardines In Olive Oil
Crown Prince Skinless And Boneless Sardines In Olive Oil nutrition
Are Crown Prince Skinless And Boneless Sardines any good?
Yes! Provided you’re a fan of very strongly flavored fish this is a fine product. The skinless and boneless fish means you can have a healthy snack or sandwich filler going in just a few moments.
How much do Crown Prince Skinless And Boneless Sardines In Olive Oil cost?
In March 2019 I paid $1.97 for this package from Walmart. I’d happily pay up to $3 for this product without batting an eyelid.
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