They also have vitamin C and dietary minerals like zinc, calcium, copper, iron, and iodine. This nutritious fish is well-regarded by people who watch their diets. The anchovy can be used in dips, as in anchovy mayonnaise, or as an ingredient in various recipes, including stuffed olives. Anchovies are also used in a variety of meat, pâté, meatball dishes, and pizza topping. In certain sauces, such as hollandaise, anchovies are also an ingredient. A typical Greek salad consists of sliced tomato, chopped onion, feta cheese, olive oil and lemon juice dressing. Anchovies are often added to the dish. It is found in the Caesar salad as well. Instead of the cheese or bacon bits on Caesar salad, it has become trendy to serve anchovies.
What Do Anchovies Taste Like?
Anchovies provide a salty and umami flavour to dishes. When you use anchovies in a salad, the flavour of the dish is enhanced, and you use less oil. It can be served on bread, used as a main course, with meat, or eaten independently.
According to the UK’s seafood watchdog, only “sustainably harvested” anchovies can be purchased. We only procure anchovies from the Atlantic and Mediterranean Seas. Our fish is caught in a sustainable, environmentally conscious way here, so we can help save the ocean and protect the people who work in it.