- n. Plural form of sprat.
“The blacks bestow on this godsend, popularly known as "sprats" -- HARENGULA STEREOLEPIS (Ogilby) -- the name of "Oon-gnahr.”
“I adore that their young are called sprats and I shall be endeavouring to use fissiparously in a sentence this weekend.”
“Small fish, such as sprats, were simply salted in saturated brine and dried to 15% moisture.”
“Uncomforted by nicotine the man's spirits plummeted like a gannet after sprats.”
“In March 1998, the town of Bracknell experienced a shower of dead frogs, while in August 2000 Great Yarmouth received a similar shower, this time of dead sprats.”
“Small can of sprats (I used smoked sprats from Lithuania that were on sale)”
“Pour in the cream and about half of the marinade from the sprats.”
“This lovely fella is essentially a potato gratin, topped with crispy breadcrumbs, soft on the inside and spiced up with small pickled sprats to add an amazing and almost undefinable sweet saltiness to the dish.”
“The Swedish word ansjovis is often translated and understandably so into the English anchovies, but the fact of the matter is that ansjovis in Swedish actually means pickled sprats.”
“Now, you can actually substitute the sprats for matjes herring if you have a hard time finding pickled sprats and a suprisingly easy time finding matjes herring.”
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