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Italian Bagna Cauda (Butter Anchovy Sauce) AKA LIQUID GOLD _ Bagna cauda – loosely translated as “hot bath” in Italian – is made from butter, garlic & anchovies & is commonly used as a dip for vegetables & originated from Piedmont in Italy. Butter, garlic, anchovies – so simple but so lusciously good.

Bagna Cauda (Butter Anchovy Sauce)

If you’re not a fan of anchovies, you’re missing out big time, but okay you can look away now but you’ll regret it. To me, this is liquid gold!

Bagna Cauda is a specialty of Italy. Translated, it means warm sauce or hot bath. The bath is warmed olive oil, with garlic cloves and anchovies.

Bagna Cauda Recipe

Bagna Cauda (an Italian dipping sauce). You can dip vegetables in it but we usually just use crusty bread. I look forward to it when my dad makes it every New Year's Eve!

Bagna Cauda -- An Italian dip made with roasted garlic, anchovies and olive oil.

Bagna Cauda

Enjoy tasty dip recipes with cut vegetables and chips. Find salsa recipes from Williams-Sonoma's collection of appetizer dip recipes.

Bagna Cauda...we always just dip Italian bread or scoop up with a chunk of celery...mmm!

Bagna Cauda ("warm bath") Dip with vegetables - great party dip with no cream or milk, just 24 cloves of roasted garlic, olive oil, anchovies & a dab of butter. Served hot with veggies or with different types of bread, you will LOVE this.

Bagna Cauda (The Butter Garlic Anchovy Sauce of Your Dreams) - Amateur Gourmet

Bagna Cauda (The Butter Garlic Anchovy Sauce of Your Dreams) - Amateur Gourmet- Had this in a restaurant in Ca. Was incredible! And I don't even like brussell sprouts!

Prized by chefs and home cooks around the world for their funky, briny flavor and extraordinary versatility, anchovies don't just adorn pizzas, salads, and sandwiches—they make their way into distinctive sauces, rubs, dressings, and dips, where they lend a meaty umami backbone to, well, anything you want. But exactly can you do with them? Let's take a look.

Everything You Can Do With a Tin of Anchovies

Leon's Caper and Anchovy Miracle Sauce | Award-Winning Paleo Recipes | Nom Nom Paleo

Leon's Caper and Anchovy Miracle Sauce

Bagna Cauda is a salty, garlicy, creamy sauce that I'm sure they serve in heaven, at least my heaven.  This dish is pretty popular in my neck of the woods and everyone has their preferences.  In ...

Bagna Cauda

Bagna Cauda is a salty, garlicy, creamy sauce that I'm sure they serve in heaven, at least my heaven. This dish is pretty popular in my neck of the woods and everyone has their preferences.

bagna cauda, nancy silverton

Bagna Cauda (The Butter Garlic Anchovy Sauce of Your Dreams) - The Amateur Gourmet

Walnut-Herb-and-Anchovy-Sauce

Walnut, Herb and Anchovy Sauce

Bagna Cauda Recipe : Nigella Lawson : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com

Bagna Cauda

Bagna Cauda: Nigella Lawson Vegetable pieces are dipped into the sauce (a fondue-style fork will help) and then eaten, with a slice of bread held underneath to catch the drippings. Once the bread is soaked with sauce, it's eaten, too.

Spaghetti with Anchovy Garlic Sauce

Spaghetti with Anchovy Garlic Sauce

Anchovy paste adds an umami flavor to a simple garlic and butter sauce, perfect tossed with a thin pasta such as spaghetti.

A foolproof recipe to make this gourmet condiment! When slowly poached in olive oil, garlic becomes mellow, sweet and rich tasting. Absolutely amazing!

Garlic Confit - A foolproof recipe to make this gourmet condiment! When slowly poached in olive oil, garlic becomes mellow, sweet and rich tasting.

Serve ROASTED GARLIC AIOLI along side, pizza, french fries, veggies and so much more! Aioli recipe and basketball pizza party details at TidyMom.net @digiorno

Roasted Garlic Aioli

Serve ROASTED GARLIC AIOLI along side, pizza, french fries, veggies and so much more! Aioli recipe and basketball pizza party details at TidyMom.net @digiorno

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