Portuguese Sardines Recipes Collection

An ode the sardine festival, our Portuguese Sardine Recipes Collection brings exclusive illustrations of our beloved Santos Populares 🎏

Sardines are a flavorful white fish, packed with good-quality fats and loaded with Omega-3, reducing the risk of heart diseases. They're also rich in vitamin D, B12, and protein, linked to lower blood pressure and diabetes control.

Grilled Sardines with Peppers: In this canned recipe, we roast green and red peppers alongside the sardines.

Sardines with Lemon: Enjoy the zesty flavor of Portuguese sardines with a touch of lime.

Spicy Smoked Sardines: Our smoked sardines are infused with a hint of chili pepper.

Sardines with Tomato: Dive into the rich taste of sardines blended with tomato sauce.


Some extra fishy treats

The tale of a tradition

To become the best tinned fish in olive oil in the world, our fish go through lots of experienced and talented hands.

The hands of those who catch them, those who pick them out, and those who prepare them. 

Our artisans handle the fish with great passion and skill, an art that's been passed down from generation to generation, keeping it alive and true to its original methods.

The story of these hands is also the story of decades of canning craftsmanship.

The art of 
Fish Prepping

Prepping and cleaning our fish is a delicate job that needs a lot of precision and a real dedication to tradition. It's an art that's been handed down through generations, trusted to the skilled hands of our expert canners, making each can a masterpiece that shows the care and devotion that has stood the test of time.

Artful Cooking

The confection of our fish is yet another demanding stage of this meticulous and passionate preserving process. 

After selecting the freshest ingredients, they are prepared and cooked with utmost care, respecting traditional recipes. 

Every little detail is crafted by hand so that both your taste buds and your eyes can enjoy them, creating a memorable experience for your palate and memory.