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Crown Prince Natural Flat Fillets of Anchovies in Pure Olive Oil, 1.5-Ounce Jars (Pack of 18)
- Case of eighteen, 1.5-ounce glass jars (total of 27 ounces)
- Hand filleted and hand packed in pure cold pressed olive oil
- Non-GMO Project Verified; gluten free; kosher; low fat
- Great in salads, sauces, and on pizza
- Wild-caught; product of Morocco
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Flavor: Anchovy Fillets | Size: 1.5-Ounce Jars (Pack of 18)
Store in a cool place. Refrigerate after opening.
Anchovies, Pure Olive Oil, Salt
Ready to eat.
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Top Customer Reviews
The containers are very good. Use what you want & save the rest in fridge.
Have given an occasional jar to a special guest & fine cook-they are uniformly appreciated and enjoyed.
Update 8.10: Just ordered again. It's sad when we use the last one as these are better than all others! 6-7 time repeat buyer. No point getting those oily anchovies in tins that cut your fingers. If you don't use all the anchovies, the tins are left to mess up your fridge with oil. Jars can be kept on the door of the fridge. These are great.
Put in some steamed broccoli florets and/or other veggies and stir gently, covering the veggies.
Toss them with hot pasta, add fresh ground pepper and maybe a bit of grated romano or parmesan.
These are an excellent, healthful, convenient product.
Oh, and did I mention you can put them on pizza? Or in a martini, with an herbed olive? And don't get me started on bagna cauda ...
The jar gives you one big advantage and another equally big disadvantage. The advantage is that you can take what you want and not feel compelled to use the whole jar, or conversely not feel bad about opening a new package when you just need one or two anchovies. The disadvantage is that it's really difficult to get the pieces out of the jar in whole fillets that look nice on pizza. You CAN do it but you should plan ahead and do this before you cook: go at the jar with a skewer or maybe a toothpick, gently raise the pieces out and be prepared for a few failures.
Then, after you've used the jar, don't throw it away or recycle it. Give it a good wash, remove the labels with paint thinner and a sharp knife, wash it again and you've got a useful little jar for spices, hardware parts or maybe buttons. By the time you get to the end of your case you've got 18 of them... a whole spice rack!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Box leaked. Anchovies were not just bony, but were poorly trimmed. Full of *fins* and stuff that should have been removed!
I bought these mostly due to the small size so I could just use one fillet at a time. My only complaint is that the fillets fall apart extremely readily but since I mostly use... Read morePublished 2 months ago by HeidiCooksSupper
These taste so much better than the ones in a can. Maybe even a bit less salty.Published 6 months ago by Damon
The shipment I reiceved was very, very boney, and they were decently thick. Enough to cut up your mouth, and they did not break down while cooking. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Morgan
Great product. Last a long time. Best part is I can close the lid and refrigerate unused portion for next timePublished 9 months ago by Tinker Bell
Leaked freaking anchovy oil all over the box! Can't comment on the quality because I figured that if they leaked oil out they weren't safe to eat.Published 11 months ago by Mike E.
E love the small jars of anchovies. Perfect size to work with in many food preparation.Published 12 months ago by D. Rowland