Today we are going to prepare microwaved sardinesa very simple recipe ready in 1 minute that among other advantages, does not leave us smells of fried food nor does it bog down the kitchen for hours. In the middle of the season for this fish, it is worth trying this technique, I assure you.
sardines remain tender and juicy, its meat comes off the spine without difficulty and we do not stain more than the plate where we are going to make them. Listen to me and do not forget to try this technique or trick to cook them quickly.
It is true that they are not as tasty as when the sardines are cooked on a skewer, since here the touch of the embers is lost, but with **this trick that I saw on the Twitter account** of [@polloasaoconensalada](https://twitter.com/PolloyEnsalada), I guarantee they are delicious.
We bought very very fresh and medium or small sardines that are tastier. In a dish that we can put in the microwave, we put a bed of thick salt from the one used to bake fish with salt, approximately two or three millimeters thick.
On the layer of salt, we place the sardines, one next to the other and cover them with another layer of salt, leaving out the heads and tails of the sardines. We press a little with the hand so that the coverage is compact.
We program a minute at maximum power -it can be 1 minute ten seconds if the sardines are larger- and remove the plate from the microwave, removing the layer of salt with a silicone brush. We make them in batches of four and adjust the time depending on the size of the sardines and the power of our microwave.
Cecotec Microwave ProClean 5120 Inox. 700 W, Grill 800 W, Capacity 20 L, Ready2Clean coating for better cleaning, 3DWave Technology, 8 Programs, Mirror Door Front Design
With what to accompany sardines roasted in the microwave
I am very panero so I recommend that when you make these microwaved sardines, have at least a couple of slices of good homemade bread to accompany them. As a side dish, a refreshing arugula and tomato salad is enough to round off the dish.
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