agugghia d'alice

/ah-GOO-gyah dah-LEE-cheh/
[Italian] plural agugghie d'alice

A name in Sicily for the garfish, a striking, beaked, marine fish up to 60 cm (2 ft) long, with a backbone which turns bright green on cooking and a delicious flavour, found on most European coasts. They are generally either fried or stewed with tomatoes, onions and oregano.

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