Keto Sardine Salad
This sardine salad pairs fresh, crunchy, cool vegetables with sardines. Sardines are a fatty fish low in mercury, cold-water, and rich in essential omega 3s and vitamin D. Tossed in a fragrant dill vinaigrette, at any time of year this salad will brighten your day!
You can serve this salad as a side or a main dish. Accompany it with a slice of crackers, coconut bread or with crudités like cucumbers, celery or bell peppers.
Many fish because of their mercury and heavy metal content is excluded from the Candida diet. This is particularly true for the largest fish, i.e. those at the top of the food chain, which spends their whole lives absorbing the toxins and eating small organisms that they carry. The non-toxic fish that feature on the foods to eat list include sardines, anchovies, wild salmon, and herring. The fish you should be avoiding include swordfish and tuna. Read Here
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It takes just 5 minutes to put together, I love how fast this sardine salad recipe is to make – which means you can get dinner or lunch ready super fast.
This sardines salad recipe is Paleo, Ketogenic, and AIP. Yep, for every sort of diet, this easy healthy salad is good.
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5 minPrep Time
5 minTotal Time
- 1 can (4-5 oz or 120 g) sardines in olive oil or brine, drained
- 1/10 lb (approx. 50 g) deli meat or bacon or leftover meat, chopped small
- 1/4 lb (approx. 100 g) salad greens
- 1 Tablespoon (15 ml) lemon juice
- 1 Tablespoon (15 ml) olive oil
- Salt to taste
- Prepare the salad greens by tossing them in the lemon juice and olive oil.
- Add the deli meat and toss.
- Top with the sardines (drained).
- Sprinkle with salt to taste.