Apr 21, 2017

16 Ayam Brand™ Sardines On Savoury Crackers

Savoury crackers are my go-to teatime snack. If I'm glued to a book, I would have it plain or simply slathered with kaya; I love the sweet-salty combination.

When I'm entertaining friends at home however, I make a little more effort with an easy topping like the one below -- mashed sardines; its flavour balanced out with the crunch of chilled zucchini, the hint of spiciness from a bird's eye chilli and the vibrant taste of fresh dill.

Ayam Brand™ Sardines On Savoury Crackers

This is easy and quick to make. There's no cooking involved. That's right - no need to pull out that frying pan. Do I hear yays? Here's how I made these lovely treats.

Ayam Brand™ Sardines On Savoury Crackers

Ingredients:
- 1 120g can Ayam Brand™ olive oil and chilli sardines
- 10pcs savoury crackers (2 inches in diameter)
- 1 small green zucchini (sliced) / yellow zucchini (optional)
- 2pcs brined pitted black olives (sliced)
- 2 red bird's eye chilli (sliced)
- Fresh dill

Method:
1) Remove the chilli from the sardine can. Slice thinly. Set some of the sardine oil in the can aside for later use (optional). Mash the sardines, with the sliced chilli mixed in.
2) Assemble in this order - Place zucchini slices on top of savoury crackers, followed by mashed sardines. Finish with with a pinch of dill, a slice of black olive and one bird's eye chilli on each one.
3) Plate and drizzle the remainder of the sardine oil over the crackers.

Top : Ayam Brand™ Sardines In Olive Oil and Chilli
Bottom-Left : Zucchini, Black Olives, Crackers, Bird's Eye Chilli, Dill
Bottom-Right : Mash The Sardines

Best enjoyed with friends and family!

Ayam Brand™ Sardines On Savoury Crackers made exciting with
Zucchini, Black Olives, Fresh Dill and Bird's Eye Chilli


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16 comments:

  1. Sharon, how i wish i were your neighbour, hehe...

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    1. I wish the same too, Sharon - then, I will have a balanced lifestyle ;)

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  2. I love this snack! Usually with mayo tuna, not sardine but I guess it goes well with cracker.

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    1. Many delicious ways about it ;) I love tuna mayo too!

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  3. Very delicious! I can snack on those all day long, Sharon.

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  4. Yay! This is my kind of snacks! Love it!

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    1. Thanks, Nancy ..hehe ^.^ Now I know what to make for you should you visit me.

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  5. They look very tasty, Sharon! :)

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    1. Thanks, Linda ;)It was pretty yummy.

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    1. Thanks, Ez - will do anything for friends ^.^

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  7. Lovely treats, dear! Tried tuna on crackers but sadly, they turned soft after a while.........

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    1. Thank you, Shirley ^.^ and oh dear! It's never happened to us. But then again, I've never left the crackers out for long. We eat it straight ...greedy people we are!

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    1. Thanks, Emily - it's my kind of snack food :)

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