Sardines, Eggs & Fries
Feb 28th 2012, 12:35
Super sardines. Any time. Every time.
Lucky Star Sardines is not only tasty and easy to prepare, it also contains nutrients like protein, calcium and selenium. These form an important part of one’s recommended dietary
allowance. Regular exercise and a healthy diet with enough calcium may help susceptible individuals maintain good bone health and reduce their risk of osteoporosis later in life.
Look no further than the Lucky Star range for convenience and versatility. Here’s a delicious Lucky Star dish you can make in just a few minutes.
Sardines, Eggs & Fries
2 x 120g cans Lucky Star Sardines
butter and oil
salt and ground black pepper
Drain the sardines. Keep them whole.
Cook the potatoes in their skins in a saucepan of boiling water until soft. Drain and allow to cool, then remove the skins and cut the potatoes into large chunks.
Heat some butter and oil in a medium frying pan and fry the potatoes until golden brown on all sides. Season with a little salt and pepper.
Add the sardines to the pan and sizzle for a minute or two until well browned and piping hot.
Meanwhile fry the eggs in a little oil in a separate frying pan. Serve with the sardines and fries.
Lucky Star was voted as a favourite brand in the Grand Prix Category for Tinned Food in the recent 2013 Sunday Times Top Brands Survey. Lucky Star is the market leader in most canned fish sectors.
To promote its nationwide Mega Consumer Competition, Lucky Star has launched a television commercial to show consumers how they can win one of several cash prizes up for grabs.
Lucky Star is serving up more smiles as the second R100 000 winner and the second R15 000 winner have been revealed in the Lucky Star Mega Consumer Competition. The winners hail from Port Shepstone in KwaZulu-Natal and Peddie, in the Eastern Cape, respectively.
Lucky Star congratulates Emily Mazibulko who is the first R100 000 winner in its nationwide Mega Consumer Competition.
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