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Can I freeze already marinated fresh anchovies?

I am the only one in the family who loves fresh pickled anchovies but can only buy tubs with too many in. Can they be frozen?
asked Sep 25, 2013 by Stef

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You could try putting them on parchment paper and laying them an inch apart and freeze them in a covered container.

They have to be in a sealed container to keep that wonderful smell in the container and not in the freezer. They will be much softer than the original one from the can.  If you use them in a salad dressing you would not notice the difference.  The flavor will still be there.
answered Sep 26, 2013 by josie (51,120 points)

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