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Nutrition

A 2-oz (45g) serving of anchovies

canned in oil provides:

95 Calories

4g Fat

0 Carbohydrate

13g Protein

Vitamin B3 ~ 56% RDA*

Selenium ~ 55% RDA*

Vitamin B12 ~ 15% RDA*

Iron~ 12% RDA*

Calcium ~ 8% RDA*

* RDA = Recommended Daily

Allowance expressed in

percentages.

pizza marinara, which included just

tomatoes and anchovies as toppings,

and they should be respected

as such."

*Forage fish, also called prey fish or

bait fish, are small pelagic fish which

are preyed on by larger predators

for food. Predators include other

larger fish, seabirds and marine

mammals. Typical ocean forage fish

feed near the base of the food chain

on plankton.

RESOURCES

britishseafishing.co.uk

www.smithsonianmag.com

www.instructables.com

www.foodandwine.com

perfectlyprovence.co

Deliaonline.com

epicurious

Nature) still class it as a species of

Least Concern. Anchovy is classed

as an oily fish and has a strong,

distinctly salty taste. They are often

sold in tins in supermarkets, although

they are also available fresh from

fishmongers and - in some countries

- anchovies are eaten raw. Due to

their strong flavour, they are often

added to other dishes. They are a

popular topping for pizzas and are

also an ingredient in condiments

such as Worcestershire sauce. Due

to the fact that anchovies can be

preserved by salting or storing in

oil, they have been used for longdistance

trade for many centuries."

How to cook 'em

As they are cured by salting or in

oil or with lemon juice or vinegar,

they don't need cooking, instead

they are used as an ingredient or

eaten on their own.. Like other little

fish like smelt, herring, anchovies

and sardines are delicious, super

nutritious and very sustainable. Even

in a small serving, anchovies deliver

key nutrients, including niacin,

selenium, iron, calcium, and the

omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA.

Given that you do like the taste

of anchovies, there are many ways of

using them in cooking depending on

just how much you can handle. Eat

them raw from the tin or add them

as flavouring to other dishes. Some

recipes rely heavily on anchovies,

such as the French anchoiade (a

sort of anchovy paste), or Provence's

version of pizza, the pissaladiere.

Another use is anchovy butter, which

can be served with warm bread,

spread on top of roasted oysters,

or used to season warm meats or

vegetables.

Not sardines!

Sardines and anchovies are regularly

confused for one another. Max

Bonem, also writing for Food&Wine.

com explains how different they

actually are, "When you look at

the specifics of both types of fish,

though, they are actually less similar

than you might think. Here are the

differences between anchovies and

sardines. Sardines are the larger of

the two and can be up to 20 cm in

length (7.9 in). Sardines have white

flesh and are often identified by

their slightly protruding lower jaw.

Anchovies, on the other hand, have

darker, reddish-grey flesh as a result

of the curing they undergo (more on

that below) and are usually less than

15 cm (6 in) in length.

"Along with being larger, sardines

also have a lighter, less intense

flavour than anchovies, which

are known for their distinct and

aggressive, umami-rich flavour.

This distinct flavour comes from

the curing process that anchovies

undergo, in which the small fish are

often dried in salt and then packaged

in tins with olive oil.

While both types of fish can be

served every which way from grilled

to filleted and marinated to fried,

there is one delivery system that is

reserved exclusively for anchovies:

pizza. Sure, most kids have

incorrectly maligned this specific

topping for years, but anchovies were

key to one of the original pizzas, the

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