Stuffed sardines is a typical Sicilian fish course particularly associated with the city of Palermo. The basis of the dish, which is well-known and appreciated throughout Italy, is the sardine, a tasty and filling fish that has been included in the list of traditional Italian food products. The recipe involves making a mixture of parsley and finely chopped garlic, pine nuts, breadcrumbs, raisins, sugar, salt, pepper and olive oil. Of course, there are many variations: for example, there are those who prefer to cook them in a lighter way, favouring baking them or simply coating in breadcrumbs and frying in hot oil; the final decision is yours. So enjoy our recipe and follow the photo gallery to get the most out of your sardines; show off on a special occasion or perhaps just on a lovely summer evening!