Product Description HIGH-PROTEIN READY-TO-EAT SNACK- Our sardines are sustainably wild-caught in the Mediterranean sea. The type that come canned with a sauce already added tend to have some carbs added (that sauce has cornstarch), so I get the ones packed in olive oil (not the soybean oil.Big difference) 5. Let me know in the comment what do you think about my healthy, keto and low carb recipe – canned tuna or sardines … Just be careful that the carb count per serve is under 2 grams. 1 cup tomato sauce/passata (240 ml/ 8 fl oz) 1 / 4 cup chicken stock or water (60 ml/ 2 fl oz) 2 tbsp fresh cilantro, chopped; Optional: 1 fresh red chilli pepper, thinly sliced; 2 tbsp fresh 1 lime juice (30 ml) 340 g canned sardines in olive oil or spring water, drained (12 oz) … Sugars are often added for flavor, so be sure to read the label. Divide rice up among the bowls and place a few sardines on the side of the rice with plenty of tomato sauce to go with it. Sardines are fantastic. Just open and enjoy it, 22 g of proteins per serving. Tomato sauce can provide some much-needed flavor to your protein sources. Heat cauliflower rice according to directions. I like to use frozen precut cauliflower rice because it is super simple. Protein & Vitamins -Mediterranean Sardines In Tomato Sauce - Keto Friendly - Can. If you like fish at all, you'll love the taste of them. I used canned milkfish in oil but nothing stops you from using sardines in tomato sauce. Great for paleo and keto diet, training, hikes, camping and more. Once the sardines are hot, prepare the cauliflower rice. Tomato Sauce. Low Carb Salsa