Grilled Sardine Tails in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 150gr Güeyumar
What do we find in this product?
Delicious tails of Cantabrian sardines cut by hand and roasted with oak wood.
A product of this quality could not be better preserved than in an excellent Arbequino extra virgin olive oil from Torre Canena, which accompanies these wonderful sardines without diminishing their prominence.
Ideal to enjoy alone or with toasts as skewers . Different options to enjoy this rich, tasty and different product.
Blue fish par excellence, therefore more fatty, energetic and with more fat-soluble vitamins than white. The presence of fat in its meat, rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, makes it a very healthy fish for our body. It is also an easily digestible food and an excellent source of minerals and vitamins (A and D), which remain intact in the preserve.
Canned sardines have iodine, consuming it adds vitality to hair and nails. Both they and our hair, their health and shine are symptoms of health, and that is achieved by eating this rich food from the sea. Among the most prominent B vitamins we find B12
Quality from its origin to your home (its history).
This project was born from the chef Abel Álvarez's passion for reinventing the canning world and changing the perception of "eating from a can".
From his restaurant Güeyumar, this kitchen expert braises the best seafood on his grill, giving them the best rest and incredible aromas of birch, beech, oak and eucalyptus wood for later canning.
Properties of sardines
- Sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, essential for the body: Omega-3s are beneficial for the heart, as they have anti-inflammatory and anticoagulant effects, help reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels and also help lower blood pressure. blood.
- They are also rich in phosphorus, selenium, iodine, iron and magnesium: The benefits of sardine do not end here: it is also rich in minerals, especially phosphorus, as well as selenium, iodine, iron and magnesium. It contains some B vitamins such as B12, B6, and niacin, as well as significant amounts of fat-soluble vitamins E and D (which help absorb calcium).
Sardines, extra virgin olive oil and salt.