Arianna is a cook, health coach and yoga teacher. She was born in Italy and now lives in NYC. Her work focuses on an holistic approach to make the body clean and happy. Her motto is to love thy self. 

Fish Day: Sardines in the oven

When you talk about fish people will say that fish is hard to cook so they never buy it. If they do salmon, cod or any other fillet fish is what they make, but here some news folks, cooking fish is easy and fun! 

Fish is full of great omega-3 fats, which we need on an everyday basis. Having fish 1 or 2 times a week is a great way to cover your daily intake. Blue fishes (eels , grouper, rays etc) are great for bone health, loaded with proteins and B 12. Dr Oz says:

 Bluefish is chockfull of vitamin D, which studies have shown interferes with the growth of colon and breast cancer and can improve the survival rate of people with lung cancer.

Ingredients: 

6 sardines (wild caught, or sustainable companies)

1 handful of breadcrumb (there are gluten free alternatives)

EVOO to your choice

1 handful of parsley 

Couple of pinches of salt

Procedure: 

Settle the fish in a oven tray. Preheat the oven at 350. 

Cover the fish with EVOO, salt, breadcrumbs and parsley and put it in the oven once warm. Make it cook for 20 minuted and check the eye to see if it's ready. Once cooked the eye is with a solid texture. 

Voila, ready to serve, isn't that easy? 

When you open it cut the head first and open in from the middle to remove the spine. There will be small bones you might have to put off or eat since they are supper small, and hey it's extra calcium. 

What's you favorite fish? I love fish so much and love to learn new types!

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