The sea wolf’s food
Sardines, ‘alacce’ and mackerel, small fish, are now considered no longer as poor fish but rather as healthy fish, appreciated for their particular flavor and nutritional richness.
All these fish preserves, rich in fish oil, over the centuries have been the main foods of the sea wolves that plowed the most distant waters. Sardine, tastier than ‘alaccia’ which is delicate and with a thicker shape, and mackerel, with firm meat and also rich in Omega-3, are preserved in oil that are part of our deepest gastronomic mediterranean tradition.
Small blue fish on the table
Corallo sardines, mackerel and sardines are perfect for all the most typical recipes where their characteristic sea flavor is ideal to enhance any other ingredient.
Excellent in salads, in both white and tomato sauces and excellent for filling sandwiches and focaccia; in the summer version, they are versatile and quick ingredients for stuffing tomatoes and other seasonal vegetables or on risotto and cold pasta. Ideal on croutons, these small blue fish preserved in oil make every recipe delicious and original.