How to Cut Open and Clean Sardines

So simple using kitchen scissors rather than a knife.

Recipe By: Purihirunesan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/56)

Ingredients

Method

1
Cut the heads off the sardines.
2
From the head end, cut off 5mm along the belly towards the tail. Remove the organs.
3
Place the scissors to the left of the spine and cut boldly towards the tail to start to remove the central bone.
4
Repeat on the right side of the spine.
5
Repeat under the spine.
6
Remove the bone to keep the sardine with flesh only. Clean under cold running water and pat dry.

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How to Cut Open and Clean Sardines

So simple using kitchen scissors rather than a knife.

Recipe By: Purihirunesan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/56)

Ingredients

How to Cut Open and Clean Sardines

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So simple using kitchen scissors rather than a knife.

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Ingredients

Method

1
Cut the heads off the sardines.
2
From the head end, cut off 5mm along the belly towards the tail. Remove the organs.
3
Place the scissors to the left of the spine and cut boldly towards the tail to start to remove the central bone.
4
Repeat on the right side of the spine.
5
Repeat under the spine.
6
Remove the bone to keep the sardine with flesh only. Clean under cold running water and pat dry.

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