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tiny fishes usually canned or salted

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small herring-like plankton-eating fishes often canned whole or as paste

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Add the anchovies (these are a must if you aren't vegetarian) and any of the optional ingredients you like.
Blend the kale, garlic, lemon zest, oil and anchovies to a coarse salsa.
2 Heat another 2 tbsp oil in the pan and add the chilli, garlic and anchovies.
Named after chef Caesar Cardini, who knocked the very first one up out of desperation at a hotel in Tijuana, Mexico, in 1924 (It was Independence Day and the kitchen was running low on food), it combines Romaine lettuce with a thick, tangy dressing of eggs, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, lemon, anchovies and oil, and is topped with shaved or grated Parmesan with croutons for added bite.
SPAGHETTI WITH ANCHOVIES AND TOMATOES A classic, salty and satisfying midweek pasta dinner dish SERVES 4 INGREDIENTS 1 x 50g can anchovy fillets in oil 1 onion, finely chopped 4 garlic cloves, crushed 1 tbsp tomato puree 1 x 400g can chopped tomatoes Salt and black pepper 500g spaghetti 125g black olives, pitted and chopped 4 tbsp chopped fresh parsley 1.
But here's the problem: Classic tapenade is made with anchovies, and I think I could really dive into tapenade if it weren't for the little anchovies hiding behind all those other wonderful ingredients.
Abscond anchovies, asudden an Adelie armada, all abreast and aqua aboil, accelerates across an abyss and appetites are abated.
42% of total production corresponds to anchovies and herring, 43% to industrial and artisanal scale fishing, 7% to tuna and the remaining 8% to other fish and aquaculture products, reports Panamaamerica.
Editor Ganias presents this broad-spectrum volume on the ecologically and commercially important sardines and anchovies.
POLICE in Thessaloniki have arrested a PAOK Salonika fan who is believed to have dumped a load of anchovies on the away bench ahead of the visit of Olympiakos.
When it comes to anchovies, you either love them or hate them.
Anchovies, also known as Qasha in Oman, are used in many traditional preparations such as salted, pickled, smoked and marinated anchovies.
Muscat: A group of researchers based in SQU and Monash University, Malaysian campus, who investigated the safety of traditional dried anchovies by characterising their microbial flora in a study published by African Journal of Microbiology Research in July 2013, found high levels of microbial contamination.
Some anchovies only occur in the ocean, the silver and flat anchovies, whereas the striped and bay anchovies are found in bays and even migrate into freshwater tributaries.