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Spicy Anchovies

Acciughette Piccanti

S17 sofi WinnerIASA Spicy Anchovies have enough fire and complexity to be used as an ideal ingredient (once deboned) in many preparations such as pasta sauces, fish stews and soups. 

After 12 months of curing under sea salt, the anchovies are carefully cleaned and their tails trimmed by hand. The whole anchovies are then marinated in olive oil and IASA's spicy hot pepper paste

Find more serving suggestions below.

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Last Updated: 18 November 2019

Description

S17 sofi WinnerIASA Spicy Anchovies have enough fire and complexity to be used as an ideal ingredient (once deboned) in many preparations such as pasta sauces, fish stews and soups. 

After 12 months of curing under sea salt, the anchovies are carefully cleaned and their tails trimmed by hand. The whole anchovies are then marinated in olive oil and IASA's spicy hot pepper paste

Find more serving suggestions below.

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
51751 200 gr/7.1 oz 6 2.2 kg/5 lb 7-93232-51751-3

Serving Suggestions

Serving Suggestions

  • Use in stuffing fish or meat
  • Top crusty bread for a tasty appetizer
  • Mix with extra virgin olive oil and use as pasta dressing

Nutrition & Ingredients

Ingredients

whole anchovies, olive oil, hot pepper, tomatoes, salt

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