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Garlic Anchovy Butter Sustainable Seafood Recipe

Garlic Anchovy Butter Recipe Sustainable Seafood Recipe

Eat Green

Southern African Green Listed Sustainable Seafood Recipe



Anchovy is a Sustainable Seafood



Garlic Anchovy Butter Sustainable Seafood Recipe



Ingredients
6 canned anchovies minced and mashed to a paste
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 stick room temperature unsalted butter


Directions
Over medium heat, add olive oil, anchovies and garlic. Remove from heat and cool 30 minutes. Whip butter until fluffy, add to anchovy mixture and mix well. Serve on pasta, vegetables, and rolls and in just about any recipe you can imagine.


Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative helps consumers and businesses make choices for a healthy ocean.


Eat Green, years of commercial fishing harvesting seafood from the wild at rates faster than natural populations can recover in Southern African waters place many seafood species at risk. Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative (SASSI) classification of fish labeled with a green, orange, or red. The color-code for seafood means eat green, orange, stop and think and red no way.

Eat green

Green listed fish is the group from which people are encouraged to choose from as it contains the best managed most sustainable choices available to consumers.

Orange, stop and think

Orange listed fish consumers are encouraged to consider the implications of these choices as an increased demand for these could compromise a sustainable supply.

No way

Red are species of fish you should never buy since this group includes unsustainable species as well as those that are illegal to sell in South Africa.

Garlic Anchovy Butter Recipe is a Sustainable Seafood Recipe
Garlic Anchovy Butter Recipe is a Sustainable Seafood Recipe


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