Grilled Spanish Sardines Recipe How to Grill Spanish-Style Sardines August 6, 2010 Share This link Grilled Spanish Sardines Recipe 8 / 12 by partysugar 5 Save 0 Favorite 0 Grill the sardines for two to three minutes per side. The fish is fully cooked when the eyes turn a glossy white. Previous 8 / 12 Next by partysugar 5 Grill the sardines for two to three minutes per side. The fish is fully cooked when the eyes turn a glossy white. ‹ Back to Homepage Save 0 Favorite 0 Follow POPSUGAR Food Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Basketball Prodigy, 2, Takes on Channing Tatum and Bradley Cooper The Wanted's Siva Kaneswaran Is Engaged Sarah Palin to Host Outdoors TV Show Meredith Baxter's Wedding: See the Exclusive Photos More News at PEOPLE.com Sriracha Vodka Is One Thing You Probably Don't Need (VINES) Seth Collins Leaves 81st $500 Tip In Late Brother's Memory Party Protocol: What Booze You Should Bring to Every Kind of Party Burt Waikiki Brings Hawaii Lifestyle To South Africa... Kind Of More News at HuffPost Taste Starbucks' $450 Metal Gift Cards Are Selling for Over $2,000 on eBay NJ Server Leaves Restaurant After Tipping Hoax Watch Joshua David Stein Get a Crash Course in Wine McDonald's Accidentally Gives Bag of Cash at Drive-Thru More News at Eater popsugar live! NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now Sponsored Links Subscribe to POPSUGAR Subscribe now to get instantly addictive email delivered to your inbox! Daily Sales & Arrivals Celebrity & Entertainment Featured Shops Fitness Fashion & Beauty Living Must Have ShopStyle Search Top BrandsCalphalonAlfiAll-CladNordicwareAnthropologieKitchenAidLe CreusetChef'N Top Searchesquick and easy recipesturkey cooking timeused rims for salekitchen cookwaremixing bowlsstainless steel utensilsknife storewine kitchen decor TipsHow ToFishSpanishSummerGrillGrillingSardinesShore Food Link Love How to make hot chocolate, recipe-free Food52The ultimate sriracha burger — DelishGawk at the world's largest gingerbread house — GrubStreet7UP's surprising history — America's Test Kitchen FeedGet your holiday boozing on, Martha Stewart style — HuffPost TasteTipsForJesus hits Manhattan — EaterFood Network's answer to The Chew — ZagatHow to keep holiday cookies fresh for shipping and sharing — Yahoo! ShinePhoto by James Ransom via Food 52 5 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! LittleMzFit 1 year Sounds wonderful w/ a little bit of fleur de sel... although, availability is limited for me. :( 3 years My wife's Sicilian Grandmother deep fries these, sometimes with breading. Kosher or sea salt, and sometimes a squeeze of lemon if they're too fishy. POPSUGAR Food 3 years Bluebellknoll, me too. I need a few good Spanish friends, too! bluebellknoll 3 years I would love to try these but the majority of my friends would be freaked out to eat these...esp with the heads still on the fishies. Wussies! I'm lacking a few, good, Spanish friends...that like to cook such delightful things. Drat! chiefdishwasher 4 years Next to bacon wrapped dogs.......that is my favorite treat......but it is hard to find sardines in my location......guess I need to take a trip to Espana! See More Tips Tips May 07, 2007 How to Roast Red Peppers Tips Mar 29, 2012 Simple Tip: Cook Bacon in the Oven Tips Feb 15, 2011 10 Ways With a Rotisserie Chicken Tips Mar 15, 2013 5 Essential Spring Vegetables and What to Cook With Them POPSUGAR Food Jul 13, 2010 How to Get a Celebrity Workout at Home — Tips From The Hills' Personal Trainer Tips Feb 13, 2012 How to Give a Head and Neck Massage For Valentine’s Day You Might Also Like Humor Jun 28, 2007 A Less Than Sexy Webcam Dance (NSFW) consumerism Nov 06, 2013 Don't Tell Anyone: 11 Secret Starbucks Saving Tips Holiday Dec 05, 2013 101 Appetizers Perfect For Any Occasion Guess Who Nov 10, 2006 Guess Who?