Salty “Torrijas” with sardines
Although Carnival, Lent and Holy Week have been left behind, the protagonists of today are torrijas. Of course, in a different recipe from the traditional ones, because Miriam participates in our contest with these original Salty torrijas with sardines.
The basis of the recipe is a slice of bread soaked in flavored milk, battered with egg and fried. In this case, it is not sweet, but a series of ingredients are added that make our salty torrija a delicious aperitif perfect for any occasion. Cherry tomatoes, olives, sardines...Sounds good, right?
Here is Miriam’s recipe so you can prepare these original salty torrijas at home. In addition, to complete the menu, we recommend you go to her blog, Cocina con Miri, where you will find more great recipes and explanations of various cooking techniques.
- Bread - 4 slices
- Milk - 200 ml
- Frying oil
- Cherry tomatoes - 6
- Sardines - one can
- Mayonnaise - two tablespoons
- Black olives
- Heat the milk with a pinch of pepper and nutmeg.
- Soak the bread in the milk, pass through the beaten egg and fry in hot oil.
- Take it out, put it on an absorbent paper, and let it cool down.
- Meanwhile, cut the tomatoes into slices and chop the olives and the leek.
- Put the tomato slices on the torrijas and place the sardines on top.
- Add the olives, the leek and the mayonnaise.
A surprising and delicious recipe, thank you Miriam!
Small sardines in olive oil. Can 120gr.
Small sardines carefully selected by “Serrats” Preserves, in olive oil and packaged in a can.Buy