Recipe by papergoddess
Serve this classic Italian dip in a fondue pot with assorted veges or bread cubes.
Top Review by Garlic Chick
Why isn't everyone eating this all of the time? I love bagna cauda and this recipe is closest to the one I've been making for years! I do add quite a bit more garlic and mince it - maybe a whole head since it's cooked. I like the 50/50 butter-olive oil combination. Make sure you use unsalted butter since the anchovies provide PLENTY of salt. Get people to try this and they won't stop - great at parties. Thanks for posting, papergoddess - I love bagna cauda and yours is no exception!
- 118.29 ml butter
- 118.29 ml olive oil
- 8 mashed anchovy fillets
- 2-3 clove garlic, mashed
- 2.46 ml ground black pepper
Directions See How It's Made
- Place all ingredients in a heavy fondue pot, or saucepan, and simmer on LOW for 5 minutes.
- Serve with a platter of bite-size young vegetables (thinly sliced if the vegetables are fibrous), such as carrots, artichoke hearts, celery, cherry tomatoes, green pepper, zucchini, Belgian endive, and cabbage leaves.
- Or serve with bread cubes for dipping.
- Let the guests dip their choices into the warm sauce with fondue forks.