If you like Ocean and Mediterranean flavors, we developed this recipe specially for you! The perfect and easy to make creamy sardine soup. Made from canned anchovies (small salt water fish ) and canned sardines (they look almost the same as the anchovies ) combined with lots of tomatoes with garlic and dried oregano on top make for a great feeling at the end…and the best feeling is when you look at the color of the soup…hard to imagine, you have to make it !

Equipment you will need:

1. Cutting Board
2. Chopping Knife
3. Hand Blender
4. Medium Pan

Served Cold or Hot it will always taste heavenly! And if you would like to try other cool looking and great tasting colorful soups…try this diet soup or the classic pumpkin soup.

Recommended wines for this recipe : 

1) White: Riesling (medium-dry) from Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany
2) White: Sauvignon Blanc (dry) from Aconcagua, Chile
3) Red: Cabernet Sauvignon (oaked, dry) from Simonsberg-Stellenbosch, South Africa

How many hours of exercise does it take to burn it off?

234 calories per serving of creamy sardines soup
average adult height of 5 feet 4 inches (165 cm) with average weight of 166 pounds (75 kgs)

Bicycling at a self selected pace             —-> 33 minutes
Walking, 4.0 Mph at very fast pace     —-> 45 minutes
Running, 10 Mph (6 Min/Mile)            —-> 17 minutes
Badminton, Social Singles/Doubles   —-> 40 minutes

Questions we get about Creamy Sardine Soup

1.Are the sardines gutted ? The sardines used in the recipe are Mediterranean sardines, meaning these types of sardines are behaded and gutted prior being canned. The other type of sardines are Norwegian and these are smoked once their guts are empty, then they are beheaded prior to canning.

2.Can the bones in sardines be eaten? Bones in small fish such as sardines or herring are edible and pose no risk. However, in this recipe we are removing the spine in the sardines as not everybody likes it. It’s up to you and your individual tastes.