buy dried anchovies


buy dried anchovies

In Korean cookery, anchovies are one of the most common ingredients, especially in stews and soups. Koreans typically employ dried anchovies in broths and side dishes, but they also utilize fresh (raw) anchovies in pickled (fermented) fish. Anchovy is renowned in Korea as “King of Calcium” since it is primarily constituted of calcium. Depending on the size of the anchovy, there are many ways to cook it. Small ones (“Bokkeum-myulchi”) are used for side dishes and large ones (“Dasi-myulchi”) are used for broth. Dried anchovies can also be eaten as a snack without being cooked.


Niacin 8.80mg
Sodium 240.00mg
Protein 17.70g
Glucide 0.20g
Retinol 38.00μg
β O Carotene 0.00μg
Vitamin A 38.00μgRE
Vitamin B1 0.04mg
Vitamin B2 0.26mg
Vitamin B6 0.26mg
Vitamin C 1.00mg
Vitamin E 2.10mg
Dietary Fiber 0.00g
Zinc 1.63mg
Folic Acid 12.30μg
Phosphorus 421.00mg
Lipid 4.10g
Iron 2.90mg
Potassium 370.00mg
Calcium 509.00mg
Cholesterol 114.00mg
Ash 3.20g
(of 100 grams of anchovies)

Anchovies are little fish that are utilized as fishing bait as well as a source of protein in many cultures. There are several species, but Engraulis Japonicus is the one utilized in Korean cookery (Japanese Anchovy).

Anchovy Fish Sauce (Myeolchi Aekjeot) is made by salting and fermenting anchovies, or by steaming and drying them to make Mareun Myeolchi (Dried Anchovies).

This is a 100g bag of salted and dried anchovy fish from the Thai food brand BDMP (Bangkok Dehydrated Marine Product). There are 25 dried anchovies in the package. Salting and drying is a popular method of preserving fish all over the world.