Sunday, July 24, 2011

AL AMIR- 27

AL AMIR: IN VEGETABLE OIL


APPEARANCE:

* I ass'd around and lost the open tin shot. So this is the best I can do. should you feel you missed something , Just look at these pics.


NUTRITION:
Energy- 1054kj
Calories- 253k
Protein- 24.1g
Carbohydrates- 0g
fat- 17.4g
Sodium- 0.4g


PRODUCT OF: Morocco

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Vegetable Oil, Salt

PRICE: 1.12



OVER ALL:
Five to a tin. No pungent odor upon opening. In the lovely Moroccan style, they all still posses their scales that God Poseidon bestowed upon them. A very tasty and meaty fish. Some still possessed their organs. Other than spitting out the occasional organ, and scale that made it passed my descaling process. They are a decent tin of fish. Mild flavor. 2 sardines solely on taste....







AL AMIR: IN OIL WITH HOT CHILI PEPPERS


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NUTRITION:
Energy- 1054kj
Cal- 253K
Protein- 24.1g
Fat- 17.4
Sodium- 0.4g


PRODUCT OF: Morocco

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Vegetable Oil,Chilies, Salt

PRICE: 1.12



OVER ALL:

Five large fish to the tin. Moroccan style sardines, all full of scales. Tin had two little red chilies included. They have a slight heat to them, some still possessed organs, fish a little off putting in taste, you can taste the tin itself in the fish. Not a good tin of fish. Would not eat again.

2 comments:

  1. Well I just finished off a tin of the 'hot oil chili peppers' variety. I don't pick apart my sardines looking for scales and organs. I thought they tasted great. Not fishy at all. Nice texture. My only criticism was they could have used more chilies.

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    1. That's great to hear! More chilies is always a good thing. Glad you had a better experience, I don't mind organs and the such, but with the stomach content left in, it adds a bitter taste to the meat. My fish also tasted like the tin itself. Perhaps i'll give them another try. Keep popping those tins!

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