Your favorite salty fish just got better.
We're going to get a little scientific here: this species, engraulis encrasicholus, is the most valued kind of anchovy in the world. The brown fish are compact and intense, with a flavor that comes from a traditional method of curing with salt and olive oil -- a delicacy, indeed.
Sourced from: Raposos Gourmet & Tapas
Topics: Weeknight Cooking
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