Wild White Anchovies
In Water – 4.4oz

5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$21.00$71.76

Averages 19g Protein and 800mg EPA and DHA Omega 3 per serving.

Not the typical anchovy! Similar to a sardine, Wild Planet Wild White Anchovies – known as boquerones in Spanish restaurants worldwide – have a clean, mild flavor. Smaller and with a more delicate texture than our sardines, these anchovies are perfectly suited for a tapas platter, draped over a Caesar salad, or as a snack straight from the can.

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• Available in a 4.4oz can (125g)
• OU Kosher Pareve
• Gluten Free
• Fish caught in the Atlantic Ocean
• Ingredients: Anchovies (Engraulis encrasicolus), water and sea salt.

 

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5 reviews for Wild White Anchovies
In Water – 4.4oz

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Made a recipe for sardine pate using your fabulous white anchovies, and WOW was it good. An added plus — no cooking! Great for potlucks. People who don’t like sardines are so surprised they like this. Put a large shallot and a couple green onions in the Cuisinart with some parsley and buzz until very finely chopped. Add 2 cans drained WP white anchovies in water (or substitute the olive oil for butter) and 1 softened stick (4 oz.) Organic Valley (from grass-fed cows) butter, lemon juice from 1/2 lemon, a blop of Dijon mustard, fresh ground pepper, and puree. Add some chopped parsley for garnish. Can be served at room temperature. So nutritious and lots of healthy fats. If you have leftovers, you can add this to just about anything. It adds a satisfying umami flavor to soups/broths, it’s great in stuffed celery, etc,

  2. 5 out of 5

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    So good!! I added the anchovies to an open faced pita sandwich with sour cream, dill, fresh basil, spinach leaves and a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    Very mild and great in a salad. esp. if you add a little olive oil, lemon and perhaps a light touch of a mild mint or dill. Not fond of strong fish and the White Anchovies work for me. The serving is fine for one or two people. Could be added to pasta for protein with capons and some graded cheese, a fruity olive oil and a few roasted tomatoes etc. The pickle relish from the above sounds great with the White Anhovies. Will be keeping them in stock.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    My husband bought these by accident. Great discovery. Taste is mild, very high in protein.
    I just treated as I would for a tuna salad, a little vinaigrette and a little pickle relish. Serve with crackers or on bread.

  5. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I think these are absolutely excellent! I had not tried anchovies like this, I like sardines. I think the Peruvian anchovies are probably far more sustainable than most sardines. They probably have far fewer industrial contaminants than fish from the North Sea or Atlantic in general.

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