Recipe by Bellissima
"Whether you're on a diet or just like to eat Italian cooking with flavor, this is the perfect choice for you. In Italy it is usually served after an entree, but can also be eaten as a main dish with a tossed salad."
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extra-virgin olive oil
4 (4.375 ounce) cans
cherry tomatoes, diced
I made this for supper last night and it was amazing!! Super yummy and easy to prepare. I used lemon and cracked pepper sardines and I added a layer of sauerkraut as well just because I believe that sardines and sauerkraut are soul mates. I also added some sliced onions with the potato layer.
This recipe was delicious. I layered sauted mushrooms and onions with garlic bread on the side.
I dont know what I did wrong, but it was not that good. I followed the directions all the way. I think my family just likes things with a different flavor. I made mediterranean fish to go along with this casserole. The fish was great! but this not so good.
Tried it as written and while I like all the ingredients together they didn't work. Perhaps with the sauerkraut it would be okay as it seems like it needs something to bind it all together but as is, it wasn't awful but it wasn't good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 223
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