This dish also works perfectly with Lucky Star Tuna. This is a lengthy recipe, but promises an amazing outcome that will become a firm family favourite.
Assemble this dish a day ahead. Pour over the sauce but don’t add the cheese at this stage, as it will be absorbed into the sauce and disappear completely. Cover with clingfilm and refrigerate. Before baking, sprinkle over the cheese and increase the cooking time by 5 minutes to compensate for the cooking the dish from fridge temperature.
This dish is a hit with the kids and will encourage them to eat Lucky Star Sardines.
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