Friday, June 20, 2014

Nuri- 127


NURI: IN TOMATO SAUCE & PURE OLIVE OIL






APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:
Serving:1
Calories- 130
Total Fat- 9g
Protein- 10g
Sodium- 400mg
Cholesterol- 50mg
Fat Cal- 80

PRODUCT OF:
Portugal


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Tomato Sauce, Olive Oil, Salt

PRICE:


OVERALL:
A very faint tomato aroma upon opening. Four, scaled fish to the tin. Not a spiny fish. A colorful tin of fish, the sauce does not overpower the fish, nor is it a tangy sauce. The fish texture is slightly below medium, with no strong taste or after. I would eat again. 4 Sardines.






NURI: IN TOMATO SAUCE





APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:
Serving:1
Calories- 130
Total Fat- 9g
Protein- 10g
Sodium- 400mg
Cholesterol- 50mg
Fat Cal- 80

PRODUCT OF:
Portugal


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Tomato Sauce, Olive Oil,( Hot Sauce), Chile Pepper, (piri-piri), Cucumber, Salt

PRICE:


OVERALL:
A spiced, peppery tomato aroma upon opening. Four meaty fish to the tin. The flavor of the chili really stands out. A mild tomato sauce, a nice size chili pod, is present in the tin, a cucumber slice. A good textured fish, no fishy taste or after. A clean flavor and after-taste. Not a spiny fish. Heat is very subtle. But still an excellent tin. I would and will eat again. 5 Sardines.










NURI: SPICED






APPEARANCE:




NUTRITION:
Serving:1
Calories- 170
Total Fat- 16g
Protein- 9g
Sodium- 380mg
Cholesterol- 25mg
Fat Cal- 140

PRODUCT OF:
Portugal


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Olive Oil, Chile Pepper, Carrot, Cucumber, Laurel, Clove, Pepper, Corn,  Salt

PRICE:


OVERALL:
A sweet aroma hits you upon opening. Four tightly, pretty packed fish to the tin. A soft textured fish. The sweetness of the clove stands out. Salt is very detectable—a roe-filled fish—no fishy taste or after. Heat is very subtle. The texture of the fish next to the tin sides is slightly chewy. I would eat again. 4 Sardines.





2 comments:

  1. Thank you for your heroic efforts in reviewing so many varieties of tinned sardines!

    I watched a video on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpTwHAt0Zxw) and it really sold me on trying sardines. I came across your site while trying to research brands and styles. I've found several of your reviews suggesting a boneless & skinless version for first-timers. But would you recommend the Nuri spiced fish in tomato sauce as a fine first tin?

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    1. That would be great first tin, 2nd tin, 3rd tin... Keep popping those tins!

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