Microwave recipe: cheese-topped baked egg and sardines

You may also like...

The Author

Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

16 Responses

  1. nice and easy idea. sounds good for breakfast, served with toast (or rice if you want a heavier meal) :D thanks for sharing ms. connie!

  2. natzsm says:

    Ms. Connie,

    would you have any suggestions on how to prevent the sardines from “exploding” in the microwave? Experienced it a couple of times when reheating them and they seem to explode no matter what I do.


  3. Cath says:

    When I use canned sardines I tend to very “drama queen” about it, scrape the scales off, remove bony and spine-like parts, separate the sauce and meat. Well, it’s my thing. Anyways, my favorite so far is sauceless ginisa with minced carrots and potatoes, however since I love cheese, I will try your recipe without using a microwave (since we don’t have a microwave, so achieving a likeness might take some thinking.

  4. Mary says:

    Yum! Thanks for the recipe. I had sardines in olive oil and shredded Parmesan on hand, so I used those. Seasoned with salt, pepper, a little garlic oil and a squeeze of lemon when it came out of the microwave, it made the perfect lunch in less than five minutes.

  5. Camille says:

    What if I don’t have a microwave? Is it possible to make this using the stove? Thank you so much. Btw, I really love your recipes. :D

  6. winnie says:

    Just to be safe. Prick the egg yolk with a fork so membrane is broken – it prevents an “eggsplosion” :)

  7. Julia :) says:

    Miss Connie!
    It looks yum! Also so quick! Perfect if my family’s in a hurry :D
    I guess your daughters inherited the creativity from you :D

  8. I’m into microwave cooking these days and one of my favorite thing in the whole world is sardines! I’ll try to this recipe tomorrow :)
    thank you for posting this