Tinned Fish Board

Tinned fish boards have been all the rage recently. They’re like a charcuterie board but with a mix of flavor-packed, delicious tins of fish and seafood, chips, condiments and other small bites. Conservas, or food preserved in cans or jars, are popular in Spain and Portugal. Seafood conservas can include tuna, trout, salmon, anchovies, mussels, octopus, mackerel, and many more types of fish. In the last few years, more tinned fish brands are available in specialty markets and on restaurant menus in the US. Serve your tinned fish board with a trio of salts, pickled vegetables, olives, mustard, potato chips and crackers or french bread. You certainly could include your favorite cheeses and fruit, but it’s not necessary. This is a perfect board to put together as a light dinner or as an appetizer for guests.


Tinned Fish Board
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Tinned Fish Board
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Instructions
  1. Open the tins of fish or seafood and drain them, if necessary. Place the tins on a large board or platter. Surround them with olives, pickles or pickled vegetables, chips, bread, crackers, assorted salts and condiments. Add a variety of cheeses and fruit, if you choose.

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