|Release date||11 June 2001 (Update)|
|High alch||9 coins|
|Low alch||6 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||12 coins (info)|
|Examine||Some nicely cooked anchovies.|
Any player may cook on a range or fire to gain 30 Cooking experience points (33 on a bonfire), as level 1 Cooking is the only requirement. Players stop burning them at level 34 cooking. By themselves, anchovies have limited utility in training Cooking or for restoring life points, especially for higher-levelled players.
However, they have two other uses.
- They are an ingredient for the popular anchovy pizzas, which players can make at level 55 Cooking and which heal 1100 life points each, making them the highest-healing food available to non-members.
- Anchovy oil, obtained by mashing anchovies with a pestle and mortar and straining the resulting anchovy paste with a sieve, is an ingredient in imp repellent, which in turn can be distilled to make impling jars from butterfly jars. Doing this awards the player with 1 Herblore experience.
Raw anchovies can be caught using a small net at any net fishing spot.
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Assuming no burning, each raw anchovy cooked would yield a profit/loss of -1 coins.
|Fishing Method||Small net|
|Level at which it stops burning||34|
|Instructions||Use raw anchovies with range or fire.|
Dropping monsters Edit
|Baby impling||N/A (hunter)||1||Uncommon|
- Despite looking like blue shrimp in RuneScape, they are actually a family of fish in the real world.
Pizzas, toppings and ingredients
|Pizzas||Plain pizza • Meat pizza • Anchovy pizza • Pineapple pizza|
|Toppings and ingredients||Pizza base • Cooked meat • Cooked chicken • Anchovies • Pineapple chunks • Pineapple ring • Tomato • Cheese|