Sardines Premium Quality
In Tomato Sauce Chili Added
Bar Code Number
7 95981 25919 5
5.5 oz (155g)
CENTURY PACIFIC FOOD, INC.
Talisayan, Zamboanga City Philippines
Pomona, California 91768, U.S.A.
THTDD0606B / CPG34
Servings Per Container
Calories from Fat
5g - 8%
2g - 10%
25mg - 8%
600mg - 25%
2g - 1%
1g - 5%
Sardines, Tomato Paste, Soya Oil, Modified Starch, Iodized Salt, Chili and Spices.
Fish (sardines), Soy
Product of the Philippines
Under license from:
TOMI FOODS, INC.
Pomona, CA 91768
Food Review (Posted on 07-15-2015)
Another Philippine product, this time it's sardines.
More often than not, you eat sardines as a little side to your main course. Being drenched in tomato sauce, these sardines give off a little on the salty side. There are times when sardines are bitter and straight-up bland but these are salty. Once again, if you're cautious about your salt intake, be generous with these. Other than that, it tastes good.
Since recipes seem to be the popular thing here at FOODSOTROS!™, here's one for this product:
1 tblsp [table spoon] butter or oil (unsalted butter/canola oil works)
1 small onion, diced
Stir until onions are softened/opaque
Add 1 can (5.5oz) Tomí Sardines
5 spears of Asparagus (cut into 1 inch slices)
3 tblsp of water
½ tsp of pepper
Cook and turn off the heat when asparagus is tender.
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