This Caribbean inspired dish contains an underrated ingredient – herring. Herring is considered an oily fish, similar to sardines, and is a great source of omega 3’s. When you want to include more fish in your diet, opt for smaller fish like sardines, anchovies, and herring to keep things affordable.
Caribbean Smoked Herring- Cost: $3.75 per serving
This recipe is- appetizer, dairy free, dinner, egg free, gluten free, lunch, nut free,
paleo, pescatarian, seafood, side dish, soy free, sugar free
Ingredients: 3 servings, 15 minutes & 6 ingredients
Serve it With Crackers, rice, roti, bread or boiled yam.
Make It Spicy- Add hot pepper slices and cook them with the tomatoes and onions.
No Lemon Juice-Use lime juice or apple cider vinegar instead.
Fresh Herbs-Use double the amount of fresh thyme instead of dried thyme.
Storage- Refrigerate in an airtight container up to 2 days.
Serving Size- One serving is equal to 1/2 to 3/4 of a cup. This recipe will yield more servings if served as an appetizer.