Foodie Friday – Sardine Balls

Think mum has her “positive pants” on today. We have a fundraising trial on tonight. The agility people have organised the jumping trial to raise money for those effected by the recent bush fires. So after all the jumping work we have been doing lately and also I tend to work better at night, mum is feeling hopeful we might get a quallie (ideally 2… than I get my JD title) tonight. But most importantly it will be a fun night with my mates and in preparation for some great runs mum has made some special treats.


What you will need to get out of the cupboard and fridge:

A tin of sardines (normally about 100g)

Half a cup of flour (we used rice flour)

Half a cup of breadcrumbs

2 eggs


What you do with the stuff:

First job is to pre-heat the oven to about 160C and line a baking tray with some baking paper (easier to clean after so you can get back to pats or throwing the ball).

Then back to the food to put the sardines into a bowl and mash them up with a fork.

Sardine Balls (1)

Then add the flour and breadcrumbs.

Lastly add the eggs and mix it all together.

Once it is all mixed simply spoon out into balls the size you want. Mum did balls that were about 2cm in diameter today as they were going to be “jackpots” at the end of runs tonight but you could do as smaller balls or as a slice and cut up depending on what you want to use it for.

Sardine Balls (2)

Pop in the oven for about 20 mins or until they are solid but not too hard.

Looking forward to eating these tonight…. hopefully with a qualie card.

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