Thank God, the snow has now stopped (for the moment at least) but we still went to do some shopping at the shops near us by walking there with the kids. On the way back we saw this...
Isn't it cool? Later today, for the first time in the whole week we're actually heading out by car to a friend's house for satay. Wish us luck and pray that we won't get stuck in snow and ice along the way.
Anyway, earlier this week, I realise that I bought too much white bread. Sometimes, it gets so unpredictable. When there is a little bread at home, everyone asks for it like there is no other food around the place. When I bought some extra bread, nobody wants to even look at it. So, even though I had already made Sardine Rolls last Friday, as there was still some leftover bread this week, I decided not to waste it and made more. Here's how you can make this quick snack for yourself.
You will need...
White bread (whatever you have left)
Eggs (enough to coat the bread)
1 can of sardines in tomato sauce
1 onion, chopped
2 tbsp lemon juice
Salt, cracked black pepper and sugar to taste
1 tbsp of cooking oil
Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a pan. Pour in sardines and continuously mash it with a fork while you cook it. When finely mashed (depends on what the initial fish was like and how you like it) put all the other ingredients in the mixture. Stir it for approximately 2 minutes.
Take a piece of bread and with a wet rolling pin, roll the bread until it's completely flat. Put one tablespoon of cooked sardines and roll the bread like you're making a swiss roll. Dip the roll in a bowl of beaten eggs and deep fry it in until golden brown.