Dried anchovy is a popular dried fish in the Philippines. It has a long shelf life making it easily accessible when needed. You can store it in your pantry and use it when needed. There are lots of dishes you can make from dried anchovies. You can fry it and top it on your steamed rice. You can also add it to your radish salad or your sauteed mung beans or ginisang monggo. Some have their dried anchovies added to their scrambled egg or egg omelet. The ideas are endless. Grab a 120-gram bag of Special Bantayan Cebu Dried Anchovy or dried dilis naturally salted small now.
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