Island-Style Sardines and Rice
This is one of my favorite recipes. My favorite way to enjoy this is in the morning, for breakfast, with some good coffee. It is made from items that are almost always found in a West Indian/Carribean kitchen. Sardines can be substituted with any canned salt fish, but the soybean oil gives it the texture that is out of this world! Very tasty if you love spicy and if you love sardines!
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If you are not concerned with the carbohydrate content of this meal, you can add very thinly sliced white potatoes to the pan with the oil and onion only; cover and steam until potatoes are done (depends on how thin you slice them.) When potatoes are done, add the additional ingredients and complete the recipe as listed.
Habanero chile peppers can be substituted for scotch bonnet peppers if desired.