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handbagsatdawn33 Tue 07-Jan-20 18:20:35

I've just used half a tin in a large beef casserole.

Any ideas what I can do with the rest ? I've tried freezing in the past, but that didn't work, & I hate wasting food.

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Artesia Tue 07-Jan-20 18:23:01

Put in a pan with a good glut of olive oil, some garlic and lots of cherry tomatoes. Cook over a really low heat for about 20 mins til the tomatoes go soft. Stir through pasta, with lots of seasoning and fresh basil. Is one of my favourite meals ever- super simple and quick but absolutely amazing and fresh tasting

ImportantWater Tue 07-Jan-20 18:24:47

I seem to use anchovies all the time. Pasta puttanesca. Mmm. Also, Jamie Oliver’s fish raging from 15 Minute Meals uses anchovies and is lovely. Also salade nicoise.

ImportantWater Tue 07-Jan-20 18:25:05

Tagine not raging!

NotStayingIn Tue 07-Jan-20 18:25:09

Second @Artesia suggestion. Love that. I like adding some chopped black olives too.

ThisIsSharonVanEtten Tue 07-Jan-20 18:26:15

Or melt with butter, garlic and chilli, stir in some cooked broccoli and pasta. An absolute fav in this house.

NotStayingIn Tue 07-Jan-20 18:26:21

Think it was pasta puttanesca I was thinking about too. So delicious. Hungry now!

howdisappointing Tue 07-Jan-20 18:27:40

Get some crusty bread and butter and squish them on like they were pate. Mmmmmm.....

JiltedJohnsJulie Tue 07-Jan-20 19:26:24

Is it unreasonable to hide this thread because Anchovies are the food of the devil?

RickOShay Tue 07-Jan-20 19:28:46

Use them in the sauce for a fish pie. Really adds flavour.

ladybee28 Tue 07-Jan-20 19:30:17

Toasted focaccia, drizzled in olive oil, and topped with chopped tomatoes, garlic, ricotta cheese and your 'choves. HEAVEN.

*wipes chin

IHaveBrilloHair Wed 08-Jan-20 01:50:57

Eat them straight from the tin!grin
If that's not quite your thing though, melt a few in olive oil, stir though spaghetti with a lot of black pepper, quickest ever pasta dish.
Caesar salad, with chicken to make it more of a meal.

In future though, buy the jars, easier to keep and they last forever.

handbagsatdawn33 Wed 08-Jan-20 18:56:32

Some great ideas, thanks everyone.

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