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How much anchovy paste equals 2 oz of anchovies?

Asked: Ivan Tarasyuk, Last Updated:

Equivalents, Measures, and Substitutions 1 anchovy fillet = 1/2 teaspoon anchovy paste (to make your own quick anchovy paste, simply mash anchovies to a paste consistency) 1 teaspoon mashed anchovies = 1 teaspoon anchovy paste (but remember the paste has added vinegar and spices and is milder in flavor) One 2-ounce can ...

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